The 'FarmVille' maker is accused of defrauding shareholders about its prospects before and after going public in 2011.
The investigation is looking into a potential legal violation related to Dov Charney, the company's founder and former chief executive officer.
The electronic payments firm agreed to settle charges by the U.S. Treasury Department that it violated numerous sanctions programs against several countries.
A newly released document could be taken into account by European antitrust regulators.
Individual victims can receive up to $10,000 in damages.
A federal appeals court ruled that Xbox owners in the U.S. can indeed sue for damages as a group.
The popular ride-hailing apps failed to persuade separate U.S. judges to rule that their drivers are independent contractors instead of employees.
Before you add 'amateur attorney' to your job description, it's important to take a step back and consider if a DIY legal approach is really best for your business.
The lawsuit seeks to force the social-media company to provide refunds when children spend their parents' money on its website without permission.
A federal judge in California has deemed the tech company's patents as too abstract.
Turns out Allstar's 'buy one, get one free' ad hook was allegedly cloaked in trickery. Now the as-seen-on-TV giant is forking over $8 million to settle charges that it hoodwinked customers.
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The top court will start hearing arguments in the King v. Burwell case Wednesday, and the cost of insurance could be at stake.
The Swedish mobile telecom gear maker is suing over patents related to the 2G and 4G/LTE standards.