Former Blackwater security guards convicted Wednesday of killing unarmed Iraqi civilians will challenge the verdict, according to defense lawyers. The case, they said, isn't over.
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Paul Smith, a longtime appellate advocate at Jenner & Block, has joined the legal team representing Chelsea Manning in her fight for medical treatment in prison.
Faulting the U.S. Secret Service for "a serious lapse in judgment," the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's inspector general in a memo released Wednesday said there was "no legal or procedural justification" for deploying of a team of agents to monitor a fellow employee’s neighborhood dispute.
A San Diego company that hired "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek to tout its educational products settled Federal Trade Commission charges of deceptive advertising and telemarketing violations on Thursday.
AT&T Mobility LLC agreed Wednesday to pay $105 million to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Communications Commission and attorneys general from 50 states and the District of Columbia that it placed unauthorized charges on mobile phone bills.
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In a case of first impression, a federal judge has ruled that Georgia plaintiffs cannot sue over design defects in drugs that have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Plaintiffs lawyers fighting Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A. over the drugmaker’s spoliation of evidence have denounced as a “whitewash” its recent claim that it is on track to restore the evidence.