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Manhattan DA Seeks Trump Gag Order For Hush Money Trial
The Manhattan District Attorney's Office has asked a New York state judge to limit what Donald Trump can say pub...(read more)
Google Judge Rips $700M Antitrust Deal: 'It's Not Great'
A California federal judge lambasted a $700 million deal that consumers and state attorneys general struck with Google blocking antitrust claims related to Android apps and the Play Store for 127 million consumers for the next seven years, saying Monday he's "never granted prospective relief" and that plaintiffs "folded" with "four aces."
Diddy Producer Says He Was Sexually Assaulted, Harassed
A producer who worked on Diddy's latest album said Monday that he was sexually assaulted and harassed by the rapper and his friends while living and working with him, and also witnessed Diddy providing "laced alcoholic beverages" to minors and sex workers, according to a lawsuit filed in New York federal court.
Family Dollar OKs Record $41.7M Deal With DOJ Over Rodents
The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday announced that Family Dollar Stores LLC will pay $41.7 million after pleading guilty to storing food and drugs in unsanitary conditions at a rodent-infested warehouse, in what federal prosecutors called the largest monetary penalty in a food safety case.
Fed. Circ. Affirms Freshub Didn't Lie To Revive Patent App
The Federal Circuit on Monday upheld a Texas federal court's ruling that Amazon's Alexa voice assistant didn't infringe voice-processing system patents owned by Freshub and that Freshub didn't use nefarious means to obtain those patents.
Justices Say Social Media Speech Laws Pose 'Land Mines'
The U.S. Supreme Court seemed skeptical Monday of the constitutionality of Florida and Texas laws prohibiting social media platforms from removing content or users based on viewpoint, but struggled with whether the still-developing records in the lawsuits challenging the regulations could support a meaningful ruling on platforms' First Amendment rights.
Chancery Approves Snap Inc. Deal, Trims Fee Award By $2M
An agreement between Snapchat parent Snap Inc. and a class of shareholders to settle litigation that accused the social media platform of giving its founders too much voting power won Delaware Chancery Court approval Monday, but shareholder attorneys got just $4.5 million of the $6.6 million in fees that they sought.
Chancery Says 'Game Over' On Fee Windfalls For Easy Cases
A Delaware vice chancellor has publicly slammed stockholder attorneys who sought an $850,000 fee for "minuscule" hours spent on a corporate benefit case after a recent string of suits filed to police stockholder rights to separate class votes on company transactions.
Catching Up With Delaware's Chancery Court
Delaware's Court of Chancery dropped two potentially far-reaching decisions last week: one about founder control at Moelis & Co. and another about TripAdvisor's planned move to Nevada. On top of that, there were new cases involving Citrix Systems, Alcoa Corp., BGC Partners Inc. and Cantor Fitzgerald LP.
1 Pilot For Billionaire Cops Plea, But 2nd Says He's Innocent
A pilot employed by British billionaire Joe Lewis pled guilty in Manhattan federal court Monday to insider trading, while counsel for a second Lewis pilot charged with profiting from illegal stock tips said his client is innocent and preparing for trial.
Trump Fights With State Over Cell Data Use In Willis DQ Bid
District Attorney Fani T. Willis of Fulton County, Georgia, and former President Donald Trump are once again facing off in court, this time over whether cellphone data purporting to show late night visits between Willis and a special prosecutor can be used in a bid to disqualify Willis and her office from prosecuting the Georgia election interference case.
Trump Calls Biz Bans 'Punitive' In $465M Civil Fraud Appeal
Donald Trump, his adult sons, his companies and former officers moved to appeal the $464.6 million civil fraud judgment handed down by a New York state judge earlier this month, accusing the judge of overstepping his authority and issuing "punitive" relief.
KKR Buying Former VMware Unit From Broadcom In $4B Deal
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP-advised KKR said Monday it has agreed to acquire Broadcom Inc.'s end-user computing division in a transaction valued at approximately $4 billion, with Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz and O'Melveny & Myers LLP representing Broadcom on the deal.
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