Gemini, Genesis File to Dismiss SEC Lawsuit Over Earn Product
Investors told the Ninth Circuit they adequately supported a proposed class suit alleging that
The California State Bar Court’s decision to drop disciplinary charges against former bar Executive Director Joe Dunn was warranted as time barred, an appellate panel held Friday.
South Carolina’s latest restrictions on abortion were blocked Friday, just one day after taking effect.
MGA Entertainment Inc.'s line of L.O.L. Suprise! OMG Dolls didn’t rip off former teen pop group OMG Girlz’s names and likenesses, a Los Angeles jury concluded in a case that’s involved a mistrial, allegations of racism, and calls to sanction attorneys.
The US Forest Service violated the Clean Water Act when the agency’s aircraft sprayed fire-retardant chemicals without a permit, a Montana federal court ruled.
Shareholders of Covid-19 vaccine developer Vaxart Inc. adequately stated insider trading and scheme participation claims against Armistice Capital LLC, a hedge fund linked to Vaxart, a federal court ruled.
Courtroom attacks that 10x Genomics Inc. and Harvard College launched over gene-mapping technology patents have exposed the collaborators to “bombshell revelations”—uncovered by one of the defendants—that Harvard and 10x broke “long-hidden” promises to openly license “the fruits of government-funded biotechnology research.”
The US Patent and Trademark Office’s decision that a LegalForce trademark attorney violated the agency’s rules of professional conduct was upheld by a Virgina federal judge who denied the attorneys’ attempt to fight the decision.
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