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Trump Downplays NY Judge's Safety Risk After Threats
Donald Trump's lawyers on Monday said safety concerns don't justify a New York state judge's gag orders against ...(read more)
Split 2nd Circ. Partially Revives Nine West Buyout Fraud Suit
A split Second Circuit panel revived some claims in a Chapter 11 suit brought by trustees of women's clothing re...(read more)
Zuckerberg Rejected Mental Health Filter Policy, States Say
Meta Platforms Inc. knows its platforms are used by millions of underage children and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally shot down a proposed policy to ban image filters found to be harmful to social media users' mental health, according to a newly unsealed version of states' lawsuit filed last week.
3M, Other Cos. Beat 11 Million-Member PFAS Class At 6th Circ.
The Sixth Circuit on Monday vacated a district court's order certifying a class of 11 million Ohio residents who claim 3M, Chemours and other companies put their health at risk by manufacturing and selling products with "forever chemicals," instructing the lower court to toss the "ambitious" case.
Google's Android Monopoly Harms Users, Stanford Prof Says
A Stanford economics professor took the stand Monday in Epic Games' antitrust suit over Google's Android app store, saying it holds a monopoly on the market for smartphone operating systems and uses anticompetitive tactics to stifle rivals, meaning smartphone users and developers "have suffered as a result."
McDonald's Asks Justices To Review Workers' No-Poach Case
McDonald's asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to review the Seventh Circuit's revival of a proposed class action alleging the company's since-discontinued no-poach provisions in franchisee agreements violated antitrust laws.
Astroworld Victims Must Narrow Requests For Police Docs
The victims of the 2021 Astroworld festival will have to narrow their request for documents related to the criminal investigation into the crowd crush before the Houston Police Department is required to turn the files over, a Harris County judge ruled on Monday.
NY Judge OKs $1.65B Voyager Settlement With FTC
A New York federal judge has approved a settlement ordering bankrupt cryptocurrency lender Voyager Digital and its ex-CEO to pay $1.65 billion for misleading investors about the safety of their money prior to the firm's collapse.
SEC's High Court Opponent Is A Supreme Court Newcomer
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday will battle for the future of its administrative court with the help of a seasoned high court litigator, while the agency's challenger is placing his hopes on a loyal attorney who has yet to argue a case before the justices.
Meta Can't Stop FTC From Adding Data Profit Ban To $5B Deal
A D.C. federal judge on Monday rejected Meta's bid to block the Federal Trade Commission from revising a $5 billion privacy settlement to impose additional mandates on the company, including halting its ability to profit from children's data, finding that the court lacked the authority to weigh in on the proposed changes.
Did OCC Get Duped? Ex-Fintech Official's Resume Unravels
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency hired its first-ever chief financial technology officer earlier this year, touting him as a nearly 30-year financial sector veteran. But records obtained by Law360 indicate a fabricated professional background that suggests the agency may have been hoodwinked when hiring him.
FTX Settles BlockFi Dispute Over $744M Crypto Sale
Bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX said it has settled lender BlockFi's objection to its proposed sale of $744 million in cryptocurrency held in Grayscale Investments trust funds, agreeing to explicitly reference liens the lender is asserting on the funds.
Del. Vice Chancellor Calls Ex-AG Barr 'Doubly Wrong' On ESG
Delaware Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster has called out as "profoundly misguided" published comments by former U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr criticizing the state's top corporate law courts for "flirtation" with environmental, social and governance principles.
2nd Circ. Lowers Bar For Prisoners' First Amendment Claims
A Second Circuit panel ruled Monday that prisoners do not have to prove they suffered a "substantial burden" on their religious freedom in order to bring a First Amendment claim, finding that legal standard improperly opens the door to courts determining the importance of religious events and practices.
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- Zuckerberg Rejected Mental Health Filter Policy, States Say
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- 3M, Other Cos. Beat 11 Million-Member PFAS Class At 6th Circ.
- Google's Android Monopoly Harms Users, Stanford Prof Says
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