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India`s competition authority on Friday ordered an investigation into Alphabet Inc.`s Google after news publishers made allegations, saying their initial view was that the tech giant had violated some antitrust laws. David Schottenstein is due to plead guilty early next month to exploiting his ties to the family business empire to obtain illegal stock market information generating at least $4 million in illicit business profits. September 23, 2022 What happens when you take some of the most powerful people in America — federal judges — and teach them business? We look at the mundane Econ retreats that may have changed American law forever. Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Friday questioned the legality of President Joe Biden`s pandemic-related vaccination or testing warrant for big business, but appeared more receptive to his administration`s need for vaccines for health facilities at a time when COVID-19 cases are rising. The contents of attorney Tom Girardi`s hanging mansion in Pasadena, California, are set to go up for auction Wednesday, more than a year after his law firm collapsed, his marriage to „Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Erika Jayne Girardi collapsed and he and his law firm were forced into bankruptcy. The possible failure of a jury in Ghislaine Maxwell`s trial to reveal he was a victim of sexual abuse may not be enough to overturn the British celebrity`s conviction for sex trafficking and justify a new trial, legal experts said Thursday. Bou Meng, second from left, a former prison survivor, is brought into the courtroom before hearings against Khieu Samphan, the former Khmer Rouge head of state, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Thursday, September 22, 2022. Heng Sinith/AP Hide the legend A U.S.

appeals court on Friday revived a lawsuit filed in 2019 by pension plan shareholders against Boeing Co executives and directors, alleging they made false public statements about the 737 Max. Judges consider whether the federal government is exceeding its powers by imposing warrants on medical staff and employees of large corporations. A judge has dismissed a sex crimes charge against the former New York governor after prosecutors said he was unable to move the case forward. Law firm Roche Freedman struggles to stay in Bitcoin case after videos surfaced Nikola Corp. founder and former CEO Trevor Milton made big claims about the zero-emission truck company that were often false and caused an uproar among employees, Nikola`s current CEO told a federal jury in Manhattan on Tuesday in Milton`s fraud trial. Alex Jones` misinformation campaign about the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting has earned his conspiracy theory website huge salaries, a social media expert told a Connecticut jury Tuesday in a damages case filed by victims` families. Official News of the People`s Court of China (人民法院报. The tech giant is not allowed to import some of its Nest audio speakers and other counterfeit products, a trade panel noted. A jury found an Atlanta lawyer guilty Tuesday of insidious murder, murder and aggravated assault. (continued) September 20, 2022 Veteran Judge Raymond Dearie, tasked with inspecting items seized by the FBI at former President Donald Trump`s home, held his first meeting with Trump`s lawyers and the Justice Department. A Chicago attorney who sued a Texas doctor under that state`s controversial abortion law and is trying to dismiss that lawsuit faces a possible three-year stay after Illinois officials said he sent threatening and harassing emails to lawyers at the law firms Barnes & Thornburg and Fox Rothschild. Adnan Syed (center) leaves a Baltimore court Monday after his conviction for a 1999 murder recorded on the hit podcast Serial was overturned.

Brian Witte / AP CEOs of JPMorgan, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and other major U.S. banks will be questioned Wednesday by Democratic and Republican lawmakers about the economy, consumer protection and lenders` positions on fossil fuel and gun loans, among others. Diana Toebbe (left) and Jonathan Toebbe pleaded Tuesday in a case involving an alleged plot to sell secrets on nuclear-powered warships. West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority via AP, Hide Caption On December 2, 2021, the Michigan Supreme Court announced changes to the much-maligned case assessment process, which went into effect on January 1, 2022. These changes date back to 2010, when the Supreme Court ordered the state. Laws restricting police right to film prove to be a waste of time Gregory McMichael and Travis McMichael were sentenced to life in prison without parole, while William „Roddie” Bryan Jr. has a chance of parole. Latham & Watkins has hired Michele Anderson, former deputy director of the SEC`s Division of Corporation Finance, as a partner in Washington, D.C. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States („CFIUS”). New York City employers and employment agencies that are currently using or anticipating automated tools to make employment decisions may now want to start planning. Alan Eugene Miller premiered on August 5, 1999. Alabama officials canceled Miller`s lethal injection Thursday due to time issues and difficulty accessing the occupier`s veins.

Dave Martin / AP Hide the legend In mid-December, as COVID-19 cases began to rise, the California Department of Public Health (CRPD) reintroduced the requirement to wear a mask indoors and. On January 5, 2021, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) issued an order from the Health Commissioner. A federal judge has allowed Purdue Pharma and its owners of the Sackler family to appeal a ruling that dismissed their $4.5 billion settlement of thousands of lawsuits related to the bankrupt company`s painkiller OxyContin and its role in the opioid crisis. At the end of 2021, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registries (ATSDR) published a report. How Kirkland`s lawyers overturned a first-degree murder conviction Lululemon on Friday asked a federal court in Manhattan to dismiss a lawsuit in an intellectual property lawsuit over Peloton`s clothing line, arguing that Peloton illegally rushed to court to fend off Lululemon`s infringement claims in Los Angeles. 27. September 2022 Jonathan and Diana Toebbe have issued new guilty pleas in a case involving an alleged conspiracy to sell secrets on nuclear-powered warships, a month after their previous pleas were rejected. On January 6, 2022, the U.S.

Department of Labor`s Wages and Hours Division (DOL/WHD) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) terminated a. September 23, 2022 Alabama correctional officials said the state stayed Alan Miller`s planned execution after determining they could not do the lethal injection until the midnight deadline. Chinese authorities have attacked Walmart for allegedly violating cybersecurity laws, local media reported, the latest issue for the U.S. retailer, which is already accused in the country of allegedly halting sales of Xinjiang goods. 21. September 2022 A federal appeals court has allowed the Department of Justice to resume the use of classified documents seized from Donald Trump`s Florida estate as part of its ongoing criminal investigation. September 27, 2022 Cubans have passed a comprehensive „family law” that allows same-sex couples to marry and adopt, as well as redefine the rights of children and grandparents, officials said. Stephen Mathias of Kochhar & Co. reports that on December 16, 2021, the Indian Joint Parliamentary Committee (. On January 5, 2022, the FDA released an interactive document.

September 27, 2022 A judge has approved a lawsuit against the Colombian pop singer, who has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and rejected a deal with authorities. A Mississippi man faces hate crimes and arson charges after allegedly burning a cross in his front yard to threaten a black family. Günther Gassler/Getty Images/EyeEm Hide caption Abdullahi Tumburkai volunteers to help family, friends and neighbours negotiate with kidnappers in a kidnapping crisis in Nigeria. One trial was particularly heartbreaking. Shakira poses for photographers at the 75th Cannes International Film Festival in southern France on May 25. A Spanish judge on Tuesday approved a lawsuit against the Colombian pop singer for tax evasion. Daniel Cole/AP Hide the caption The Justice Department building can be seen in Washington, D.C. on Aug.

9, 2022. Stefani Reynolds / AFP via Getty Images Hide caption 27. September 2022 The 23-year-old suspect burned the cross in front of his black neighbors because of their race, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Protesters march around the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix after the Supreme Court ruled to strike down Roe v. Wade. A new law in Arizona banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy will go into effect on Saturday, Sept. 24. Ross D. Franklin/AP Hide the legend Earlier this year, the France took over the presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU).

On 9th December the European Commission published draft guidelines on the application of Community competition law.