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The Ninth Circuit on Friday rejected TransCanada Keystone Pipeline LP's request to begin construction on the Keystone XL pipeline while it appeals court orders blocking the controversial project, saying the natural gas company has not shown it's likely to prevail on the merits.
Honda asked a California federal court Friday to toss a proposed class suit brought by a CR-V driver alleging the automaker's rear seat belt buckles are defective, as Honda said the buckles work as designed and design flaws aren't covered under Honda's warranty.
The Trump administration claimed a victory Friday when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said gray wolves no longer need Endangered Species Act protection. Yet as the administration seeks even more delistings, experts say vigilant conservation groups and a lack of agency funding won't make that easy.
The last week has seen a commercial fraud claim filed against the founders of now-defunct sports marketing giant MP & Silva, Kuwait's social security agency sue several Swiss banks and its former head, and AXA lodge an action against the company behind Admiral Insurance. Here, Law360 looks at those and other new claims in the U.K.
A University of Chicago economist and final witness called in the New York bankruptcy court trial challenging whether American Airlines and US Airways' 2013 merger broke the law said on Friday the deal had a pro-competitive effect on the industry.