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Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has asked a Florida federal court to enforce a series of subpoenas it says will help defend against claims that a partner defamed a businessman by tying him to the criminal investigation into nursing home mogul Philip Esformes.
A subcontractor working on the power plant supplying the U.S. Capitol, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and other U.S. government facilities alleged in D.C. federal court Friday it is owed the remainder of a roughly $10.5 million contract.
A contractor suing the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority over a delayed bus depot project hit back at the authority's motion to escape several claims in the case, telling a Virginia federal judge Friday it ignores the agency’s contractual obligations.
The World Boxing Organization on Monday told a First Circuit panel that a boxer’s suit accusing the organization of taking bribes to rob him of a title shot should stay down for the count.
Italy's competition regulator announced Monday it has fined a trio of sports marketing agencies more than €67 million ($74.8 million) for bid rigging in the auction of the international broadcast rights for Italian professional soccer championship matches.