The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently filed a complaint against a Western New York contracting company alleging it was falsely claiming eligibility for federal contracts for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses.
Boeing will pay $19 million as part of a recent settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over allegations that it improperly charged the Air Force labor costs for maintenance and repair of C-17 Globemaster aircrafts.
In a Venezuelan community in the Miami area, a news outlet allegedly attempted to use its power in an attempt to extort millions of dollars from a wealthy businessman who claims a series of articles linking him to hated Venezuelan officials is ruining his reputation.
The Central Bank alleges that a group of Venezuelan exiles living in the United States -- some of whom allegedly were part of a short-lived coup in Venezuela -- are behind the website. The bank contends the website publishes misleading black-market exchange rates for dollars, hurting both it and the country’s economy.
A federal judge said last month that the plaintiffs, who accused the social network of tracking their Internet activity after they logged off, failed to “adequately connect” the value of the data collected to Facebook’s alleged conduct.
Attorney John Beisner, the leader of Skadden Arp's mass torts group, said that a recent report issued by Public Citizen criticizing his use of the term “no-injury” when describing class-action litigation misses the point of the legislation he testified to promote.