A disgruntled former student of Trump University sued for deceptive business practices and got sued in return by the school on a claim of defamation.
[UPDATED] A three-judge appellate panel struggled with the potentially broad implications of a constitutional challenge to California’s ban on gay conversion therapy in arguments Wednesday
A former investment banker and his college friend pleaded guilty to an insider trading scheme in which they shared information about two pending corporate mergers,
A federal appeals ruled the government must give bond hearings to aliens who have been held in prolonged-detention, without being brought to an immigration judge
A federal appeals court rejected a constitutional challenge to California’s affirmative action requirements in hiring small, minority and women-owned construction businesses Tuesday. Associated General Contractors of
The original terms were apparently so paltry that few gamers signed up to claim payment from Electronic Arts in settlement of a class action monopoly