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Credit Suisse has accused the British government of violating European competition law when it levied a one-off tax on bankers' bonuses in the aftermath of the financial crisis, as a trial over the lender’s £239 million ($304 million) damages claim against the tax authority kicked off in London on Tuesday.
A Brooklyn federal judge on Monday approved an $80 million cash settlement in a case in which a class of 200,000 dentists accused the country's biggest dental supply companies of colluding to fix prices on crowns, anesthetic and more.
A Massachusetts law firm specializing in asbestos and toxic tort litigation has won nearly $1.2 million in its suit alleging that several former attorneys stole its trade secrets and started a rival firm, after a state jury returned a verdict in its favor.
Apple Inc. urged a California federal court Friday to relate a suit from developers accusing the tech giant of monopolizing the distribution of apps on its devices to the consumer case the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on last month.
A Los Angeles talent agency has accused the Writers Guild of America of committing a “wanton abuse of union authority” by orchestrating a boycott against payments talent agents collect from pairing writers with studios, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in California federal court.