The sealing of the identity of a company that fought to block public access to a consumer safety report was improper, a federal appeals court said Wednesday in ordering the disclosure of its name and publication of case documents.
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Federal Magistrate Judge John Facciola was introduced during a 2008 conference as the "Italian Stallion of e-discovery." Long at the forefront on technology and the law, Facciola is back in the national spotlight over the scope of prosecutors' power to access electronically stored information.
Following a series of multimillion-dollar thefts and losses, federal regulators want to step up their oversight of virtual currency bitcoin. But bitcoin — a nationless digital money that uses cryptography to control its creation and transactions — doesn't fit neatly in any regulatory box.
Labor lawyers are skeptical that a decision by a National Labor Relations Board official in Chicago giving football players at Northwestern University a green light to unionize would survive judicial scrutiny.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed against General Motors, LLC allege that a locked ignition switch in a Chevy Cobalt led to a car accident that cost one plaintiff his eye and the other to lose her teeth and require several facial reconstruction surgeries.
A putative class action that accuses the manufacturer of Dreamfields Pasta of false advertising is all but done, and a proposed settlement filed April 14 would, if approved, require Dakota Growers Pasta Co. to pay nearly $8 million to consumers and to the plaintiffs’ attorneys.