Some legal analysts believe damage has already occurred and battle lines drawn – companies vs. their own corporate compliance programs. Read more
The Supreme Court's decision has been referred to as “a mixed-bag ruling,” with each side able to claim a victory of sorts. Read more
The Halliburton settlement puts an end to one of the oldest securities fraud class actions still hanging around in U.S. courts. Read more
The trial court judge ultimately imposed sanctions on Hancock for $550,000 and jointly against Musnuff and Goodyear for $2.2 million. Read more
Tenth Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch has become a member of the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more
GM has lost its bid to bar hundreds of ignition-switch lawsuits when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the automaker’s appeal. Read more
But the Supreme Court concluded that Scruggs’ disclosures to the media did not merit throwing out the 2013 jury verdict. Read more
The seal requirement was enacted as part of FCA reforms intended to encourage more private enforcement. Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to referee a dispute between Delaware and 23 states over more than $150 million in uncashed money orders. Read more
Goodyear argued that its due process rights were violated when it was hit with what it called a criminal sanction long after the case concluded. Read more
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