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A California federal judge appeared open Friday to blocking the Trump administration from repurposing defense funds to build a wall along the southern border, saying he doesn't know if it is right to let the government build the wall before legal challenges to it are resolved.
A New Jersey federal judge on Friday rejected separate bids to toss a proposed class action against a company that operates Domino’s Pizza franchises, saying the business must turn over a purported settlement agreement for the court’s approval or swear that there is no deal to resolve claims of Fair Labor Standards Act violations.
Dutch soft-drink company Refresco Beverages U.S. Inc. has sued flavoring and fragrance maker Symrise Inc. in New Jersey federal court, alleging it is conspiring with former Refresco executives and researchers to develop a new soft drink for a competitor using its resources and trade secrets.
An internal affairs police officer at a New Jersey military base cannot sue a county prosecutor's office for releasing his expunged criminal records to a patrolman he had investigated because he did not file a tort claim notice within the requisite time frame, a state appeals court said Friday.
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has added the former co-chair of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP’s class action practice to its class action team.