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Supreme Court Will Decide Trump's Criminal Immunity Claim
The U.S. Supreme Court said Wednesday it will review former President Donald Trump's claim that he is immune fro...(read more)
Coats Rose Atty Fired Over Threatening Letter To Judge
The Texas law firm Coats Rose PC terminated one of its attorneys believed to have sent intimidating messages on ...(read more)
Brothers' 20-Year Calif. Real Estate Battle Ends In $7B Verdict
A Los Angeles jury has awarded four brothers an estimated $7 billion verdict, finding that a fifth brother breached their contracts and his fiduciary duty to them by wrongly pushing them out of various business partnerships that included thousands of units of apartment buildings and a diamond venture.
Autonomy Founder's Fraud Trial Risks 'Morass,' Judge Warns
The California federal judge overseeing the upcoming criminal fraud trial of Autonomy founder Mike Lynch over the software company's $11.7 billion sale to Hewlett-Packard warned prosecutors and defense attorneys Wednesday about growing estimates for the trial's length, saying they're "going to lose [jurors] in the morass" of a monthslong trial.
'You Gave Away Your Case': Crypto Win Wilts At High Court
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday leaned toward letting a technical tug-of-war continue in litigation accusing the cryptocurrency platform Coinbase Inc. of running a sketchy sweepstakes, as multiple justices suggested the Ninth Circuit overlooked key issues when it sided with aggrieved consumers.
Marcum CPA Sues To Stop SEC's 'Unprecedented' In-House Case
A certified public accountant and Marcum LLP engagement partner has sued the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in New York federal court, seeking to block its administrative case against him by arguing his constitutional rights are being violated by an "entirely unprecedented" enforcement action.
Justices Lean On Both Sides In ATF Bump Stock Rule Case
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday considered whether bump stocks can be considered machine guns under an Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives rule banning the devices, knocking holes in opposing interpretations of the National Firearms Act's definition of a machine gun.
Intercept, Others Hit OpenAI, Microsoft With Copyright Suits
The Intercept and two other news publications filed nearly identical complaints against OpenAI and Microsoft Wednesday, accusing them of removing author and copyright information from material used to train ChatGPT.
Senate Brings This Week's Fla. Judge Confirmations To Four
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed U.S. Magistrate Judges Julie Sneed and Melissa Damian to the Middle and Southern districts, respectively, of Florida, bringing the total of Florida judges confirmed this week to four.
No Direct Evidence Ties 'Rust' Armorer To Live Ammo, Jury Told
A New Mexico detective testified Wednesday in the involuntary manslaughter trial of "Rust" film armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed that investigators were unable to definitively show who brought live ammunition onto the movie's set before the fatal shooting of a cinematographer.
AG James Accuses Meat Co. JBS Of Misleading Enviro Claims
New York Attorney General Letitia James slapped JBS USA, the U.S. subsidiary of the world's largest producer of beef products, with a complaint in New York state court Wednesday, accusing the company of misleading the public about the environmental impact of its products.
Win For DC's NFL Stadium Bid As House Approves Bill
A bill that would clear a path for the Washington, D.C., city government to build a new stadium for the NFL's Commanders on the site of the team's former stadium was passed by the full House on Wednesday and sent to the Senate, possibly paving the way for the team to return to the city.
Gov't Attys Must Mind Confidential Info Or Be DQ'd, ABA Says
Both current and former government attorneys who take on private clients should look out for instances where their possession of "confidential government information" calls for them to be disqualified from representing a client, according to the latest guidance from the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, released Wednesday.
Google Attys' 'Fake Privilege' Comments Cited In Search Suit
The U.S. Justice Department and states accusing Google of monopolizing the online-search market have asked a D.C. federal judge to consider internal chats disclosed in Epic Games' antitrust lawsuit that revealed Google's lawyers discussing "fake privilege" — a practice of unnecessarily involving a lawyer to make an exchange confidential.
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