Donald Trump is declining to answer questions by the New York attorney general, invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination as he sits for a deposition in her probe into potentially fraudulent asset valuations by his company.
Walgreen Co. pharmacies in San Francisco dispensed “hundreds of thousands of red flag opioid prescriptions,” many of which were diverted for illicit use and contributed to the opioid epidemic in the city, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Ben & Jerry’s unprecedented lawsuit against its Unilever plc parent over sales in the Israeli-occupied West Bank demonstrates the importance of carefully carving out the level of autonomy for a targeted company in acquisitions.
A flurry of new 401(k) lawsuits challenging companies that offer their workers conservative, low-cost target-date funds has enraged retirement industry insiders who say the complaints mean no retirement plan is safe from litigation.
North America’s first proposed freshwater wind farm development defeated a challenge in the Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday as justices upheld the project’s key state certificate from energy regulators.
Steven Davis and the Rise and Fall of Dewey & LeBoeuf
On May 28, 2012, Dewey & LeBoeuf, the product of a merger between two storied New York law firms, filed for bankruptcy. For the first time, Dewey's former chair Steven Davis opens up about the years, months, and weeks leading to his firm's collapse, the decisions he made and, looking back, whether he would have done anything differently.
Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court
Will the Global Minimum Tax End the Race to the Bottom?
Legally Rigging Elections: Redistricting, a Brief History