Actress Paz De La Huerta alleged in California state court on Tuesday that former film producer Harvey Weinstein raped her multiple times and engaged in a pattern of stalking and intimidation to keep her quiet, seeking nearly $60 million in damages and alleging that the Four Seasons Hotels Ltd. and the producer's now-bankrupt studio failed to act despite previous knowledge of his conduct.
The Seventh Circuit on Tuesday reversed an Illinois federal judge's decision forcing a Cook County court clerk to make electronically filed complaints immediately available to reporters, finding that Courthouse News Service’s suit was inappropriate for federal courts to take on and should have been filed in state court.
The Federal Communications Commission is set to kick off its planned auction in the 28 GHz spectrum band Wednesday morning, offering 40 bidders the chance to vie for county-sized licenses said to be ideal for 5G services.
CNN has finally taken President Donald Trump to court after "years of hostility" toward the network. From the claims to the case law to the legal team, here's everything you need to know about the suit.
A Carlyle Group venture has reportedly sold a Florida apartment complex for $67.25 million, Bloomberg LP is said to have renewed a 468,000-square-foot lease for space in Manhattan and Charter Schools USA has reportedly bought one of its schools in Florida for $10.5 million.
A proposed $1.2 billion development project in downtown Los Angeles, which may include close to $100 million in subsidies derived largely from tax revenue, received favorable recommendation Tuesday from the City Council's Economic Development Committee.
Eduardo Li, a former FIFA official and president of the Costa Rican Football Federation, avoided a prison term Tuesday after copping to racketeering and corruption charges, due to his cooperation with New York federal prosecutors in their wide-ranging corruption probe into international soccer.
FX Networks urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to reject Olivia de Havilland's lawsuit over the way she was portrayed in the FX docudrama "Feud: Bette and Joan," saying there was "nothing cert-worthy about this case."
Alaskan telecommunications company GCI has asked the Federal Communications Commission to rethink a reduction in Rural Health Care Program subsidy payouts to the business, saying the commission slashed the rates without explaining its reasoning.
JW Gaming has urged a California federal judge to toss Pinoleville Pomo Nation members' request that he delay proceedings in the company's suit accusing them of tricking it into investing in a sham casino project, saying the members are unlikely to succeed in their appeal claiming tribal sovereign immunity.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to review whether the Fifth Circuit erred by affirming a lower court's awarding of a $102 million judgment to Swiss-based Nagravision SA after China-based Gotech allegedly sold set-top boxes that circumvented piracy protections.
Justice Anthony Kennedy may have stepped down from the U.S. Supreme Court, but he is still issuing strong opinions. The retired jurist said over the weekend that "this culture is becoming vulgar" and that the First Amendment doesn't mean people should watch or read "trash."
The Federal Circuit on Tuesday upheld wins for Netflix, Amazon and Hulu in a suit brought by a Florida company accusing the tech companies of infringing a patent for a system of viewing online content.
Sens. Tom Udall, D-N.M., and Jerry Moran, R-Kan., told the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday that opening up the band of spectrum normally reserved for satellite transmissions to other uses could cut into U.S. television and radio programming and harm consumers.
The U.S. Department of Justice has reached a settlement with six broadcast television companies to resolve a complaint by the DOJ's Antitrust Division in D.C. federal court that the companies shared pricing information, the department announced Tuesday.
A Colombian production company argued Monday that a Florida federal court lacks authority over it in a lawsuit alleging that it, Netflix and the other producers of the popular series "Narcos" infringed copyrights covering a former journalist's best-selling memoir that detailed her romantic relationship with drug kingpin Pablo Escobar.
Amazon Inc. said on Tuesday that it has selected New York City and Arlington, Virginia, as the two locations for its new headquarters, laying out a plan that would see the e-commerce giant invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 full-time jobs across the two locations.
President Donald Trump on Monday said he supported a call by a cable industry group to investigate alleged anti-competitive activity by Comcast Corp., specifically with regard to its merger with NBC Universal.
CNN and attorneys from Gibson Dunn filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump on Tuesday over the decision to revoke reporter Jim Acosta's access to the White House, calling it an "unabashed attempt to censor the press” that violates the First Amendment.
Facebook Inc. announced Friday that it will no longer make its workers who claim they have been sexually harassed arbitrate their claims, following Google LLC, which made a similar announcement on Thursday.
Since the oldest members of Generation Z aren’t even finished with law school yet, law firm management is in a unique position to prepare for their entrance into the legal workforce, says Eliza Stoker of Major Lindsey & Africa.
The just-completed midterm elections could be called the “cafeteria midterms,” because there was something for everyone. The results offered both encouragement and warnings for Democrats and Republicans looking to 2020, says Frank Donatelli of McGuireWoods Consulting LLC.
In this series featuring law school luminaries, Yale Law School lecturer and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Linda Greenhouse discusses her coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court, the conservatives' long game and trends in journalism.
Attorneys should think beyond the Veterans Day parades and use their time and talents to help the many veterans facing urgent legal issues, says Linda Klein of Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC.
The modernized trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada includes provisions that should improve intellectual property transparency between the member countries and bring a certain degree of procedural uniformity, say attorneys with Snell & Wilmer LLP.
For internet publishers that have decided the risks of doing business with cannabis-related companies do not outweigh the value, the most sensible question is not whether there is some risk but how they can minimize it, say John McKay and Chris Morley of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.
The decision last month by Baker McKenzie’s global chairman to step down due to exhaustion indicates that the legal profession needs to mount a broader wellness effort to address long hours, high stress, frequent travel and the daily demands of practice, says Leesa Klepper, director of Thrivewell Coaching.
The IRS has increased scrutiny for Internal Revenue Code Section 199 deductions taken against profits from film, computer software, electricity, natural gas, potable water, tangible personal property and certain sound recordings. Though 199 was repealed by tax reform, battles over this contentious deduction are sure to continue for some time, say attorneys at McDermott Will & Emery LLP.
We recently reviewed for-profit companies that investigated workplace harassment allegations over the past six years and examined how they handled the release of information. Our findings reveal emerging trends and considerations for companies deciding whether to release post-investigation reports, say attorneys with Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP.
Next month, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear Godfrey v. Sony Corporation, which could be one of the most important antitrust cases to ever come before the court. The decision on "umbrella purchasers" will determine the viability of some future Canadian antitrust class actions, says Mohsen Seddigh of Sotos LLP.