Judge Sides With United in Expedia Contract Case
Expedia failed in its bid to maintain access to data for United flights scheduled after the companies' ticketing agreement expires.
Huawei CFO Alleges Illegal Detention in Canada
Legal experts say Meng Wanzhou's suit could be a play to influence the proceedings to extradite her from Canada to face criminal charges in the U.S.
Icahn Seeks Records on Dell, VMware Stock Deal
The activist investor says Dell has refused to disclose "much basic information" about its plan to go public by buying back the VMware tracking stock.
New York A.G. Sues Exxon Over Misstating Climate Risks
The suit alleges the oil giant did not adequately address the costs of climate regulations.
Utility Says Wipro ‘Botched’ Software Upgrade
National Grid alleges in a lawsuit that Wipro's work was “marred by significant performance failures through every project phase.”
Bank Can’t Dodge Suit Over Mt. Gox Collapse
Mizuho Bank provided banking services for bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox and handled all deposits for U.S. customers.
JPMorgan to Pay Insurer $995M in MBS Case
The settlement “validates our resolve and reinforces our confidence in our remaining RMBS-related cases," said Ambac's CEO.
SEC Escapes Suit Over Political Disclosure Rule
The Securities and Exchange Commission will not be forced to consider a rule requiring companies to disclose their political donations.
Jawbone Strikes Back at Fitbit Patent Suit
The wearable fitness device-makers are waging war against each other in court.
Class Action Filings, Market Cap Losses Stay Low
2015 is on course to tie for the fifth-lowest number of class action filings in the past 19 years, a new report says.
Gucci Owner Launches New Suit Against Alibaba
Failure of settlement talks leads Paris-based Kering to renew claims that Alibaba facilitates sales of fake goods.