A food processor known as the “Tomato King” of California was sentenced to six years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to price-fixing and racketeering
World renowned soccer star David Beckham lost his appeal to reinstate libel claims against celebrity gossip magazine, In Touch Weekly, over a 2010 article claiming
Stephen Yagman, the hard-charging and disbarred Venice lawyer who served three years in prison for bankruptcy fraud and money laundering, is back in court fighting
Good News Community Church near Gilbert, Arizona got some decidedly bad news from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Friday. A town ordinance limiting
A closely watched test of employment discrimination law in California gave added protection to employers Thursday, but it wasn’t a complete loss for labor lawyers.
The Securities & Exchange Commission and two former executives of Mercury Interactive Corp. reach a deal to settle stock options backdating allegations that date back