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  • Appeals court says Texas can enforce abortion law

    Appeals court says Texas can enforce abortion law

    US Legal News 01/10/2012

    A Texas abortion law passed last year that requires doctors to show sonograms to patients can be enforced while opponents challenge the measure in court, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appe...

  • Seyfarth Shaw's Workplace Class Action Litigation Report

    Seyfarth Shaw's Workplace Class Action Litigation Report

    US Legal News 01/09/2012

    Leading employment law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP has issued its annual Workplace Class Action Litigation Report, covering a charged national landscape of "bet the company" employment disputes fueled by an aggressive plaintiffs' bar, invigorated federal ...

  • Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC Announces Class Action

    Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC Announces Class Action

    Recent Cases 01/09/2012

    Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC announces that a class action has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District Court of New York on behalf of purchasers of Camelot Information Systems Inc. American Depositary Shares...

  • High court backs foreign campaign contribution ban

    High court backs foreign campaign contribution ban

    US Legal News 01/08/2012

    The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal seeking to expand the ability of foreigners to contribute to American political campaigns. The justices on Monday upheld a federal court ruling in favor of the ban on foreign contributions from all but immigr...

  • Court papers: NYC officer shooting suspect sorry

    Court papers: NYC officer shooting suspect sorry

    Recent Cases 01/05/2012

    The man charged with murder in the shooting death of a police officer during a botched break-in apologized and said he didn't mean to fire the gun, according to court papers released Wednesday. Lamont Pride, 27, and four others have pleaded not guilt...

  • CA court to mull expiration date for clergy abuse

    CA court to mull expiration date for clergy abuse

    US Legal News 01/05/2012

    California's highest court is hearing a precedent-setting case that could expose California's Roman Catholic dioceses to another round of clergy abuse lawsuits. The case being argued Thursday before the California Supreme Court involves six brothers ...

  • Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP Announces Class Action Lawsuit

    Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP Announces Class Action Lawsuit

    Recent Cases 01/04/2012

    The action alleges that the Company and its executives violated federal securities laws by failing to disclose that: (1) China Med’s acquisition of Bio-Ekon Biotechnology Co. Ltd. was from a third-party seller connected to the Company’s own chairman;...

  • Ecuador court upholds ruling against Chevron

    Ecuador court upholds ruling against Chevron

    US Legal News 01/04/2012

    An appeals court in Ecuador upheld an $18 billion ruling against Chevron Corp. on Tuesday for oil pollution in the Amazon rain forest more than two decades ago. The ruling confirmed a February judgment in the case. The Ecuadorean plaintiffs said in a...

  • Court delays border-crossing pollution rule

    Court delays border-crossing pollution rule

    Recent Cases 01/03/2012

    A federal court Friday put on hold a controversial Obama administration regulation aimed at reducing power plant pollution in 27 states that contributes to unhealthy air downwind. More than a dozen electric power companies, municipal power plant oper...

  • Chief justice defends court's impartiality

    Chief justice defends court's impartiality

    Recent Cases 01/02/2012

    Chief Justice John Roberts said Saturday that he has "complete confidence" in his colleagues' ability to step away from cases where their personal interests are at stake, and noted that judges should not be swayed by "partisan demands." The comment, ...

  • MT court restores corporate campaign spending ban

    MT court restores corporate campaign spending ban

    US Legal News 01/02/2012

    The Montana Supreme Court restored the state's century-old ban on direct spending by corporations on political candidates or committees in a ruling Friday that interest groups say bucks a high profile U.S. Supreme Court decision granting political sp...

  • Court delays border-crossing pollution rule

    Court delays border-crossing pollution rule

    Recent Cases 01/01/2012

    A federal court Friday put on hold a controversial Obama administration regulation aimed at reducing power plant pollution in 27 states that contributes to unhealthy air downwind. More than a dozen electric power companies, municipal power plant oper...

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