Elizabeth Holmes Requests a New Trial After a Bizarre Visit from a Key Witness
Last month, Adam Rosendorff allegedly showed up unannounced at Holmes' home, expressing "regrets" about his testimony.
The Disruption Of The Legal Industry In The Aftermath Of the COVID-19 Crisis
The coronavirus pandemic will likely boost the legal industry revolution. It will propel law into the digital age and reshape its landscape. The entire legal ecosystem will be affected- consumers, providers, academia, and the judicial system.
Fugitive Tycoon Vijay Mallya to be Extradited to India, Rules UK Court
The liquor baron, who has been wanted in India since 2016, to meet his fate soon
Creator of Doomed Fyre Festival Gets 6-Year Prison Sentence
Billy McFarland defrauded investors of tens of millions of dollars.
CEO of Culinary School PlantLab Charged With Embezzling $2.4 Million
The 35 felony charges against Adam Zucker include money laundering and grand theft by embezzlement.
What Entrepreneurs Should Know About Trump's Supreme Court Pick, Brett Kavanaugh
The president has nominated the Washington, D.C. judge for the bench.
Amazon Reportedly Printing a Holiday Toy Guide! 3 Things to Know Today.
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The Ball is Now 'Out of Court'
Can disputes be settled without going to the court with the help of internet?
#4 Key Turning Points in the Career of Bollywood's favourite Baba
Fondly called 'Sanju Baba' by his fans, the actor has seen many ups and downs in his life
Judge Says Bitcoin Isn't Really Money
The ruling is good news for the defendant, who was accused of money laundering via bitcoin.
Why Did a Judge Block 100 Million WhatsApp Users?
The nation's top court overturned the measure in the third such incident since December.
McDonald's Wins EU 'MacCoffee' Trademark Dispute
The case underscores the battle between brand names and so-called free-riders who might benefit from the marketing spent on brands without bearing the same costs.
Oracle Ordered to Pay HP $3 Billion in Itanium Case
Oracle said it would appeal the verdict.
Visa, MasterCard $7.25 Billion Settlement With Retailers Is Thrown Out
The case will return to the Brooklyn federal court, where it will be overseen by U.S. District Judge Margo Brodie.
Uber, Lyft Settle Litigation Involving Top Executives
Rival ride services Uber and Lyft have settled high stakes litigation involving two of their top executives, court filings show, in advance of a trial that could have aired sensitive details about both companies.