The US Supreme Court was reconvening on Wednesday to review cases that have piled up all summer, including challenges to a federal ban on bump stocks and MyPillow founder and Trump supporter Michael Lindell’s attempt to get a defamation suit dropped.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco on Wednesday rejected Apple Inc.'s $310 million settlement of claims that the tech giant disguised certain iPhone battery defects by throttling their system performance.
The US Chamber of Commerce and banking industry groups sued to stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s policy that would allow the agency to bring discrimination claims against financial firms on products and services that aren’t protected by fair lending laws.
The US government’s defeat of Boeing Co.'s government contract cost-accounting lawsuit on jurisdictional grounds was a big letdown for the federal contracting community, but the decision could be vulnerable if the company appeals, according to several government contracts attorneys.
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