Popular Litigation Topics & News

  • ICOBox and Nikolay Evdokimov
    SEC Charges ICO Incubator and Founder for Unregistered Offering and Unregistered Broker Activity ... Read more...
    Source: SEC Litigation ReleasesPublished on 2019-09-19
    2 hours ago
  • Bernstein Litowitz, Cohen Milstein To Lead EQT Stock Suit
    Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP and Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC will lead a proposed stockholder class action against EQT Corp. over the company’s alleged misrepresentations to investors about the benefits of its 2017 merger with Rice Energy, a Pennsylvania federal magistrate said Thursday. ... Read more...
    Source: Law 360Published on 2019-09-19
    6 hours ago
  • PayPal Again Defeats Stock-Drop Suit Over Data Breach
    PayPal Holdings Inc. escaped its investors’ stock-drop suit for good after a California federal judge found that while the payment processor made misleading statements about a data breach, there was no evidence that it did so on purpose. ... Read more...
    Source: Law 360Published on 2019-09-19
    6 hours ago
  • Daily Dicta: Venture Capitalist Vindicated In Horrific $40M Sexual Assault Case
    The 2016 suit against Michael Goguen, then a partner at storied venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, rocked Silicon Valley. On Wednesday, a judge issued terminating sanctions dismissing the complaint. What happened?         ... Read more...
    Source: Litigation DailyPublished on 2019-09-19
    12 hours ago
  • Class Certified for Customers Suing Over Replacement iPhone Parts
    In a Tuesday order, U.S. District Judge William Orrick granted certification of a class of Apple customers who alleged they received refurbished parts in replacement iPhones, iPads and iPods, in breach of extended warranties that promised "equivalent or new" devices.         ... Read more...
    Source: Litigation DailyPublished on 2019-09-19
    16 hours ago
  • SEC Joins Other Regulators In OK’ing Volcker Rule Changes
    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday announced it had followed other federal agencies with responsibility for the financial sector in approving a final set of changes to the Volcker Rule's ban on proprietary trading. ... Read more...
    Source: Law 360Published on 2019-09-18
    18 hours ago
  • Tyson & Mendes Taps Gordon & Rees Vet To Head NY Office
    Tyson & Mendes LLP has hired a veteran Gordon & Rees LLP litigator with experience leading attorneys through professional liability troubles and guiding businesses through cybersecurity breach suits to serve as the managing partner of its soon-to-open New York office. ... Read more...
    Source: Law 360Published on 2019-09-18
    18 hours ago
  • 2nd Circ. Affirms Denial Of Bail For Jailed Ponzi Schemer
    A Second Circuit panel on Wednesday affirmed the denial of bail to a former investment fund manager convicted in a $96 million Ponzi scheme who seeks to overturn his sentence, saying he had failed to justify his release. ... Read more...
    Source: Law 360Published on 2019-09-18
    18 hours ago
  • Plaintiffs Giant Steve Susman to Litigation Funding Industry: Bring It On
    Steve Susman was in New York on Wednesday, giving the keynote speech at the litigation finance industry's second annual LF Dealmakers Forum.         ... Read more...
    Source: Litigation DailyPublished on 2019-09-18
    18 hours ago
  • Litigation Funder Oasis Financial Sues Kirkland, Littler Over $71M Private Equity Sale
    Kirkland & Ellis and Littler Mendelson are facing claims over their role in the $71 million sale of a company billed as "the nation's largest consumer legal funding business."         ... Read more...
    Source: Litigation DailyPublished on 2019-09-18
    19 hours ago
  • Mediatrix Capital Inc., et al.
    SEC Halts Alleged $125 Million Offering Fraud ... Read more...
    Source: SEC Litigation ReleasesPublished on 2019-09-18
    20 hours ago
  • DC Judge in Trump Tax Returns Case Agonizes Over What-Ifs
    Judge Carl Nichols, a Trump appointee, threw a bunch of hypotheticals at the attorneys as he waded into a fight over the president's New York tax returns.         ... Read more...
    Source: Litigation DailyPublished on 2019-09-18
    20 hours ago
  • Tom Simeo
    SEC Charges Former Company Executive with Fraud for False Disclosures About Management ... Read more...
    Source: SEC Litigation ReleasesPublished on 2019-09-17
    2 days ago
  • Jan Atlas
    SEC Charges South Florida Securities Attorney with Issuing Misleading Opinion Letters that Furthered Fraud on Thousands of Retail Investors ... Read more...
    Source: SEC Litigation ReleasesPublished on 2019-09-17
    2 days ago
  • John Henderson and Global Resources Leadership LLC
    SEC Charges IIIinois Company and Its President with Affinity Fraud Targeting Christian Investors ... Read more...
    Source: SEC Litigation ReleasesPublished on 2019-09-17
    2 days ago
  • Potential Lawsuit: Defense Base Act Benefit Denial Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    The Defense Base Act (DBA) is a federal law that provides Worker’s Compensation and Death Benefits for civilian employees working outside the United States on U.S. military bases or under a contract with the U.S. government for public works or for national defense, according the United States Department of Labor. The DBA is designed to provide injured workers significantly more benefits than they would receive under comparable state law. ... Read more...
    Source: Lawyers and SettlementsPublished on 2019-08-28
    3 weeks ago