The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has again struck down an award of attorney fees in a class action settlement, this time over allegedly defective headlights in Toyota Prius vehicles
As the holiday shopping season kicks into high gear, Public Citizen is hauling an online retailer into Utah federal court over some allegedly Grinch-like behavior
Twenty years of litigation. A $19 billion judgment. Sixty law firms and 2000 legal professionals — and that's just on one side. Chevron in Ecuador can plausibly claim to be the messiest case si
...Court—and all of the other 107 federal courts from Puerto Rico to Alaska—will be out of money for operations by the...
Judge Diane Wood, who on October 2 became chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago, proposed in a recent speech that the United States abolish the Fed?eral Circuit'
An Internet company's racketeering case presents an unusual weapon against a so-called patent "troll.
...Reynolds resolved disputes with 17 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico concerning the tobacco company's pledge to limit the marketing of...
Accused mobster James "Whitey" Bulger's former crony Stephen Flemmi testified Friday that Bulger gave convicted former FBI agent John Connolly Jr. $230,000 plus vacations. He named several additional
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