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LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. Few companies like heading to court, but Aereo is welcoming it.
A federal judge on Tuesday rejected former SAC Capital Advisors LP portfolio manager Mathew Martoma's request to dismiss some insider trading charges because they were based on transactions not covered under U.S. securities laws.
The New York Court of Appeals today said that New York law does not allow for an independent cause of action for medical monitoring.
A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit may lead to a wave of class action litigation in New York under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act .
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked President Barack Obama's administration to weigh in on whether victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York could pursue claims against banks they have accused of indirectly helping Islamic militants.
In recent years, a wave of lawsuits brought by unpaid interns seeking compensation for their work has spurred businesses to take a hard look at their internship programs to ensure they are compliant with federal and state wage and hour laws.
An appeals court has turned aside an claim that a federal agent needed a search warrant before placing a GPS device on a suspected drug dealer's car in Burlington to monitor where the vehicle went and to identify alleged co-conspirators.
Streaming TV service Aereo today announced that it will not challenge a bid by broadcasters to bring their fight to the Supreme Court.
A New York federal appeals court added its voice Friday to a growing chorus of rulings defining when a GPS device can be used to track a criminal suspect, refusing to toss out evidence gathered without a warrant in a Vermont drug case.
A federal appeals court in New York says a Vermont police department was within its rights to attach a GPS device without a warrant to a drug suspect's car.
On November 21, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed the dismissal of a suit brought by South Korea 's Woori Bank against Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. and Bank of America Corp. on statute of limitations grounds.
Litigation under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has skyrocketed in recent years, with an estimated eighty percent of all cases filed in or transferred to federal court under the statute occurring in the past five years.