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The U.S. Supreme Court decided Monday to review whether the Immigration Reform and Control Act preempts the use of I-9s for state prosecution of three immigrants who used other people's Social Security numbers to gain employment at various restaurants.
A New York federal judge said Thursday that a brokerage had failed to undermine the analyses of two experts the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission intends to use in its suit over the alleged use of a market manipulation practice called "layering" and could not have them excluded from trial.
A former Auburn University coach accused in a college basketball corruption scheme will plead guilty next week, following convictions and guilty pleas in recent months against others facing related charges, according to a Friday filing in New York federal court.
Philip Esformes put a former Florida state nursing home inspector on the stand Friday to defend the condition of his facilities as the Miami nursing home owner opened his defense in the blockbuster health care fraud trial.
A conservative political activist from Arizona was sentenced to two years in prison Friday by a Manhattan federal judge after he was accused of running a $23 million political action committee scheme that defrauded tens of thousands of donors.