Judge Arthur Alarcon, who became the first Hispanic judge to serve on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, has died at the age of
Anti-whaling activist Paul Watson and his Sea Shepherd Conservation Society have lost their bid for reconsideration of a $2 million sanction order for violation of
Even thought his late father never signed the form making his son beneficiary of his pension, Asa Williams Sr. did make that wish clear in
British innovator of fitness tracking devices, Fitbug, waited too long to bring claims of trademark infringement against its popular American competitor, Fitbit, a federal judge
A federal appeals court has upheld the criminal conviction for excessive campaign contributions by a wealthy Nevada lawyer and lobbyist for U.S. Senator Harry Reid.
An Oregon woman has won a new trial on her claim that she suffered serious injuries to her shoulder from the PainBuster infusion pump designed