Corporate Law

Consumer Law

StarKist settlement offers a bonanza for tuna lovers: $25 refund or $50 in tuna

U.S. Supreme Court

Should stock traders watch Supreme Court decisions? Research shows $140 billion benefit

Product Liability Law

Lawsuit calls keyless ignition system a deadly defect in millions of vehicles

Trials & Litigation

Estate of heiress who left hundreds of millions loses $4M legal battle with NYC hospital

Cybersecurity

US suit is filed over Ashley Madison hack as company offers $375K reward

Copyright Law

Ethics case alleges ‘settlement shakedown’ by lawyer whose Prenda firm sued porn downloaders

Labor & Employment

ACLU seeks contact from Amazon workers after NY Times article describes demanding job environment

Cybersecurity

Canadian lawsuit seeks $578M over dump of hacked info from Ashley Madison dating site

International Law

As suspects await trial in $18M maple syrup heist, cartel focuses on farmers who flout sales rules

Corporate Law

Why not eliminate quarterly earnings reports, Wachtell co-founder suggests

Criminal Justice

2 suspects arrested in home invasion slaying of American lawyer in Venezuela

Bankruptcy Law

Clawback suit seeks $420K from US transportation secretary concerning in-house counsel pay

Internet Law

Data brokers sold consumer info to scammers who stole $7M, FTC says

First Amendment

Company has free-speech right to make truthful statements about off-label use of drug, judge rules

Business of Law

GC’s fix for ‘broken’ law firm profit structure: Cut associate billing rates

Tort Law

Lawyer says US suit is planned over crash of German plane in French Alps

Criminal Justice

Two construction supervisors and their companies are indicted in accidental death of worker

Labor & Employment

As workers’ social media comments clash with employer expectations, the NLRB takes center stage

Trials & Litigation

Former worker sues Safeway, says it did not stop customer’s sexual harassment

Cybersecurity

Nearly 4 million affected by hack on medical records systems software company, feds say