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. 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. 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. 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. New York State Attorney General Letitia James, pictured in February, filed a civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump on Wednesday, claiming he «falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars to unjustifiably enrich himself and cheat the system.» Seth Wenig/AP Hide caption 22. September 2022 An international tribunal convened in Cambodia to assess the brutality of the Khmer Rouge regime, which caused the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the 1970s, completed its work on Thursday. September 27, 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 5, 2021, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) issued an order from the Health Commissioner. An Arizona court ruled Friday that the state`s 1901 abortion ban can be enforced. The law prohibits abortion in all circumstances unless the procedure is necessary to save a pregnant person`s life, and sets a minimum penalty of two years` imprisonment for violations. Plaintiff Planned Parenthood argued that a 1973 injunction was still pending […] September 27, 2022 The founder of the Oath Keepers and four others associated with the far-right anti-government group are on trial Tuesday on charges of sedition conspiracy and other charges related to the Jan. 6 riots. 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 Hide the legend The U.S. energy regulator sued GreenHat Energy LLC to recover more than $240 million in fines it imposed on the company, which it called «one of the biggest electricity market scams in American history.» A U.S. court on Thursday rejected a request by two laundromat owners to prevent Mexican oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) from acquiring majority control of a Texas oil refinery.
September 27, 2022 Black Americans are seven times more likely to be victims of police misconduct in high-profile crimes such as murder, sexual assault and drug offenses, according to the National Registry of Exemptions. September 21, 2022 About 2,500 people were relieved in the United States between 1989 and 2019. In about half of the cases, the retention of important evidence was the reason. Richard Revesz, a law professor at New York University and appointed head of a major regulator, announced that he had received more than $991,000 in compensation. A New Orleans police vehicle patrols Bourbon Street. Jonathan Bachman/Reuters Hide the legend Gregory McMichael and Travis McMichael were sentenced to life without parole, while William «Roddie» Bryan Jr. has a chance to get parole. 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. Fifth-generation technology, known as «5G,» is causing unprecedented disruption in the telecommunications landscape in and around France. 23.
September 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. At the end of 2021, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registries (ATSDR) published a report. 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. Russia has sent paratroopers to help Kazakhstan`s leaders crush protests fueled by frustration with authoritarian rule in the former Soviet republic. 23. September 2022 The U.S. Department of Justice accuses Rodney Vicknair of committing a civil rights violation when he sexually abused a victim in 2020. 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. The National Labor Relations Board said Friday it was considering scrapping Trump-era decisions involving CVS, ExxonMobil and Marathon Petroleum because a Republican board member had not disclosed some investments. 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 caption 23. September 2022 The judge overturned a decades-old order that blocked enforcement long before Arizona became a state banning nearly all abortions. The judges must consider whether the Biden administration can enforce Covid-19 vaccination rules for private employers and health care workers. 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 legend For a group of elite lawyers in Britain and other Commonwealth countries, Queen Elizabeth`s death means big changes. Joe Parkinson, Drew Hinshaw and Gbenga Akingbule | Photographs by Etinosa Yvonne Osayimwen for the Wall Street Journal The Justice Department building is on display in Washington, D.C. on August 9, 2022. Stefani Reynolds / AFP on Getty Images Hide caption Twitter Inc.
Will question Elon Musk under oath next week in Delaware as part of the legal battle in the billionaire`s attempt to break free from his $44 billion contract for the social media company. September 23, 2022 Amy Cooper, a white woman, lost her job as a portfolio manager at a New York investment firm after calling police for a black man who asked her to keep her dog on a leash. In response to a significant increase in COVID-19 cases, the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota will require everyone to wear a face mask indoors beginning January 6, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. The four women and eight men deliberated hour after hour in a fifth-floor courtroom, wondering if Elizabeth Holmes had misled Theranos` big investors about starting blood tests. Abdullahi Tumburkai is volunteering his time to help his family, friends and neighbours negotiate with the kidnappers in a kidnapping crisis in Nigeria. One trial was particularly heartbreaking. 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. Latham & Watkins has hired Michele Anderson, former deputy director of the SEC`s Division of Corporation Finance, as a partner in Washington, D.C. On January 5, 2022, the FDA released an interactive document. Centene Corp, the nation`s largest Medicaid-managed care organization, has agreed to pay more than $21.1 million to settle New Hampshire`s claims that they overcharged the state`s Medicaid programs for pharmacy benefit management services.
On December 30, 2021, the Massachusetts Department of Utilities ordered to double the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program.