Sen. Elizabeth Warren praised the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust probe of Subway's sale to Roark Capital over concerns it could create a sandwich shop monopoly.
The slogan "From the River to the Sea" is highly controversial, with pro-Palestinian supporters calling it a message of peace, while critics say it promotes anti-Jewish genocide.
A Maine man who won the $1.35 billion Mega Millions jackpot at the beginning of the year is suing the mother of his child for allegedly revealing his lottery win to his family.
Thomson Reuters announced the incorporation of generative artificial intelligence tools into its legal research platform to take questions in natural language and synthesize responses.
Tesla's policy prohibiting workers from wearing union t-shirts on the job was upheld by a federal appellate court which found the policy didn't violate U.S. labor law.
A federal judge in Texas blocked the Department of Justice's administrative lawsuit against SpaceX that accused the company of hiring discrimination against asylum recipients and refugees.
Nike sued rival shoemakers New Balance and Skechers on Monday, accusing both companies of patent infringement for allegedly copying Nike-developed technology.
A jury found FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried guilty on all counts related to the last year's collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange, he faces potentially over 100 years in prison.
A woman received an eye-popping $7.1 million on Monday for damages in a Illinois lawsuit she filed over cooking spray-related injuries.
A federal jury in Kansas City held the National Association of Realtors and several residential brokerages liable for $1.78 billion in damages for inflating home sales commissions.
Fast-food chain Panera Bread updated warnings for its "Charged Lemonade" products after a lawsuit was filed alleging the drinks caused the death of an Ivy League student.
Global retailer Abercrombie & Fitch has been accused in a lawsuit of enabling former chief executive Mike Jeffries to run an alleged sex-trafficking operation for years.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried testified Thursday without the jury present as the judge weighed whether to permit his testimony about the role of FTX lawyers in key decisions.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is expected to take the stand as early as Thursday and offer testimony in his own defense in his trial on federal fraud and conspiracy charges.
The Australian federal court overseeing a class action case about a cruise by Carnival's Princess Cruises that experienced COVID-19 outbreak has released a judgment.
The family of Sarah Katz is suing Panera Bread, alleging the 21-year-old died after drinking one of the restaurant’s “Charged Lemonade" beverages.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk said Monday that Planned Parenthood will go to trial in a $1.8 billion lawsuit brought against the organization by the state of Texas.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried's defense team secured extended release Adderall to help the former crypto billionaire focus as they weigh putting him on the stand in his fraud trial.
New York Attorney General Letitia James has sued crypto companies Gemini, Genesis and DCG for allegedly defrauding investors out of more than $1 billion.
Sam Bankman-Fried's ex-girlfriend Caroline Ellison testified that she and the FTX founder committed crimes together. She also provided details about the couple's private communication.