Valve Corp. can compel arbitration of consumer antitrust claims over its “Steam” distribution platform for computer and video games, but in the meantime the company must still litigate a parallel proposed class action on behalf of software developers, a federal judge in Seattle ruled Monday.
A pension fund sued Inovalon Holdings Inc. and its board in Delaware, claiming the health technology company’s planned $7.3 billion buyout by a private equity consortium will be “tainted"—unless it’s restructured—by investor votes that violate its charter.
Rite Aid Corp. agreed to pay $12 million to 25,000 retail employees in California to resolve a class action over its Team Colors policy, which required them to buy and wear navy blue tops and khaki pants to work, according to a new motion for preliminary settlement approval.
A woman’s proposed class action over alleged tail light flaws in certain GMC Yukon vehicles “has an insurmountable defect: she never purchased, leased, or owned any of the vehicles in her class definition,” General Motors LLC said in a federal court filing.
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