A former soccer coach at the University of Southern California wept as she told a jury she had betrayed college athletes by sneaking children of the wealthy into the school as sports recruits for a few thousand dollars.
Activision Blizzard Inc., the videogame giant, agreed to create an $18 million fund for alleged victims of discrimination or harassment after it was sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over its workplace practices.
A lawyer in the Alabama Attorney General’s office who made an unsupported and incorrect statement to a federal court in written filings and a hearing must personally pay the court $1,500 in a death row inmate’s case about how he would be executed.
Barring spiritual advisors from praying aloud or laying hands on prisoners during executions isn’t necessary for security, a group of advisors and ex-prison officials told the Supreme Court ahead of oral argument.
A participant in the $7.6 billion 401(k) plan of California-based biotechnology company Genentech Inc. want to go directly to the Ninth Circuit with claims challenging the performance of the plan’s custom target date funds, a federal court motion shows.