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Law News, Legal News, Court News, Litigation Reports & Regulations

Lawyers for Mr. Kwon said that the SEC had exceeded its authority, and failed to prove he defrauded U.S. Investors.

The Supreme Court blocked an order from a lower court that would have limited access to the pill. This is used for more than half of all abortions in the United States.

The son of President Biden is asking for an update on a criminal investigation that has been ongoing for a while.

Mark Pomerantz will be deposed by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg next month, after Jim Jordan and U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan agreed.

Six people were killed at the end March in a Nashville shooting.

More than half of all abortions performed in the United States are medication-aborted.

People familiar with the situation said that the bank had shut down the sex offender’s account in 2013 but, despite this, its bankers continued to meet with him even years later.

17 states, including D.C., have pressed the federal government to take action after they claim that the companies are not taking adequate steps to combat a spike in auto thefts.

Critical infrastructure targets, such as Europe's leading air traffic agency, show resilience in the face of cyber attacks.

The police provided few details on the theft of storage containers, but stated that it was an isolated event.

Lachlan Murdoch, Fox's Executive Chairman and Chief executive, has ended a lawsuit for defamation against a media company in Australia.

Evidence suggests that the gun which fatally shot Halyna Hustins, a cinematographer, may have fired without the trigger having been pulled.

A bankruptcy judge shielded Johnson & Johnson again from jury trials for approximately 40,000 talc-related cases that are pending. This is the second time the company has tried to settle mass cancer claims using the chapter 11 system.

Since March, the exiled Chinese entrepreneur has been jailed on charges of fraud and money laundering.

Eurocontrol has confirmed that the attack continues, but air traffic is not at risk. This is despite fears for the safety of Europe’s critical infrastructure.

Mike Lindell challenged people to prove that his data about the 2020 elections was not valid.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin stated that the court should adopt an ethical code; Republicans are sceptical about a hearing in public.

Wrong door. Wrong driveway. Wrong car. The recent shootings are "part of a larger issue in our nation."

Risk & Compliance Journal

Kirsty everett succeeds Matt Fitzwater as interim chief compliance officer at the British bank.

Staple Street Capital - the majority owner of Dominion Voting Systems - backed a defamation suit against Fox, which resulted in a settlement of $787.5 Million.