- Nursing home, sued by New Mexico AG, files lawsuit against office over communications with outside law firms
- FLSA Rising: Fair Labor Standards Act lawsuits up sharply, still surging in federal courts
- Defunct boiler maker, crippled by asbestos claims, files for bankruptcy again
- Illinois' professional regulator relinquishes state's grip on mobile payment processor Square
Top Latest News
Columbia Gas of Massachusetts will reduce its proposed rate increase by more than $13 million in an agreement with the state, said Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Aug. 20.
Massachusetts race track owner and builder to pay $250K for allegations of damaging protected wetlands
Palmer Motorsports Park and J. Read Corp., the owner and builder of a sports car race track in Massachusetts, will pay the state $250,000 to settle allegations that they damaged protected wetlands and wildlife habitats, said Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Aug. 20.
An federal court in Arkansas on Monday granted the state's motion to intervene in a case involving a power plant and the U.S.
SFN Group Inc., formerly known as Spherion Corp., filed papers to have a lawsuit filed by one of its former consultants on the timekeeping system project moved to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
The Conservative Action Project released its “Memo for the Movement” on Friday, arguing that current suggested reforms -- including the House’s Innovation Act -- are unwarranted and the result of “crony corruption.”
So far, three class action complaints have been filed against Avid Life Media, the owner of the website that was designed to facilitate affairs, in federal courts in California and Texas.
Springstone Financial, in Massachusetts, will pay $700,000 in restitution to victims for allegedly deceiving them through one of their lending programs, said the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Aug. 19.
PTO Director Michelle K. Lee says the changes were proposed in response to concerns from some patent owners that they are disadvantaged by certain current rules.
The makers of the Copper Fit athletic compression products are being sued for making false representations of the effectiveness of its products.
Sears Holdings Corp. is being sued in California court for allegedly charging an installation fee for an HVAC system and never performing the work.