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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.
An Indiana bankruptcy judge has granted USA Gymnastics' request to have a Nevada bankruptcy judge mediate hundreds of claims against the organization related to sexual abuse by former Olympic gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar.
A California appellate court on Friday affirmed a jury's $1 million punitive damages award against Geico General Insurance Co. over its unreasonable delay in paying an injured policyholder the full limits of his policy following a serious car crash.
The Internal Revenue Service can’t use the Anti-Injunction Act to dodge an injunction preventing it from collecting payments from employers whose health plans fail to cover birth control, a North Dakota federal court has ruled.
The U.S. Department of Justice deal clearing the CVS-Aetna merger remains bound for review with live witness testimony in early June after a D.C. federal judge rejected CVS Health Corp.'s bid to delay the first-of-its-kind review by more than a month.