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Trump Owes $355M For Fraud That 'Shocks The Conscience'
A New York state judge on Friday found Donald Trump, his adult sons, his companies and longtime executives liabl...(read more)
Simpson Thacher Adds 5 Skadden Financial Institutions Attys
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is adding a team of five former Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP attorneys as partners to its financial institutions practice in New York and Washington, D.C., including the onetime co-leader of Skadden's financial institutions group, the firm confirmed on Tuesday.
Alito 'Concerned' Jurors Can Be Axed For Religious Beliefs
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said Tuesday he is "concerned" about the prospect of potential jurors being dismissed because of their religious beliefs, as the justices declined to hear a case in which Christian jurors were excused over their views on homosexuality.
Validity Of $2B Venezuelan Bonds Remains Unresolved In NY
New York's highest court on Tuesday opted not to determine whether nearly $2 billion in defaulted bonds issued by Venezuela's state-owned oil company are valid, instead punting the question back to the federal courts.
High Court Skips Brandy Melville's TM Spat With Redbubble
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday passed on fashion retailer Brandy Melville's petition to review a Ninth Circuit holding that print-on-demand marketplace Redbubble can only be liable for sellers' trademark infringement if it has specific knowledge of the infringing conduct.
Justice Alito Rips 'Dangerous' Denial Of Admissions Case
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito slammed his colleagues' refusal to wade into a dispute over a Virginia high school's use of race in admissions decisions Tuesday, calling a Fourth Circuit decision upholding the policy "patently incorrect and dangerous" and the high court's willingness to let it stand "hard to understand."
Justices Deny Chinese Co.'s Appeal To Whirlpool Injunction
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a petition from a Chinese company to review a Fifth Circuit decision to temporarily bar it from selling its kitchen stand mixers because Whirlpool Corp. is alleging the products infringe the registered trade dress for its KitchenAid mixers.
High Court Declines To Review Trump Attorney Sanctions
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Tuesday to review onetime Trump lawyer Sidney Powell's and six other attorneys' claims that they were wrongly sanctioned and referred for bar discipline for filing a frivolous challenge to Michigan's 2020 presidential election results.
Wachtell Lipton Guides Capital One On $35.3B Discover Deal
Wachtell Lipton-advised Capital One said Monday it has agreed to acquire Discover Financial Services, guided by Sullivan & Cromwell, in a $35.3 billion all-stock deal that Capital One said will give it the ability to compete with the nation's top three credit card networks.
Assange Poised To Make Final Bid To Halt Extradition To US
Julian Assange will make what could be his final legal challenge on Tuesday in his long-running battle to avoid being sent to the U.S. on espionage charges arising from the publication of classified documents more than a decade ago.
JPMorgan Faces $350M Fine Over Trade Reporting Gaps
JPMorgan Chase & Co. revealed in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing Friday that it expects to pay $350 million in civil penalties to settle claims it failed to enter certain trading data into market surveillance systems.
Mayer Brown Denies Knowing Of 'Disturbing' Flint PR Effort
A Mayer Brown LLP partner representing Veolia North America, the water engineering firm facing negligence claims from children exposed to lead in Flint, Michigan, told a Michigan federal judge Friday that his team didn't know about Veolia's public relations campaign disparaging the children's counsel, a campaign the judge labeled a "disturbing development."
Stop Trying To Relate To Jurors If You Liked Harvard: Judge
A senior federal district judge from Oregon on Friday urged intellectual property attorneys to stop pretending they can connect with juries when their backgrounds at times make it impossible to do so.
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