Internet Sales Tax Ruling Seen Boosting States
The Supreme Court decision “should provide a welcome incremental addition to state coffers" over the long term, S&P says.
High Court Limits Scope of Whistleblower Law
The justices find the anti-retaliation provisions of Dodd-Frank apply only to employees who complain of misconduct to the SEC.
High Court Limits Scope of SEC Disgorgement
The court hands Wall Street firms a major victory by finding disgorgement is a penalty subject to a five-year statute of limitations.
Can Companies Bar Workers from Filing Class-Action Claims?
The Supreme Court seeks to clarify whether workers can be compelled to sign agreements that prevent them from banding together to sue employers.
Supreme Court Throws Out EU’s RICO Lawsuit
The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by the European Union that claimed Reynolds American engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity.
Scalia’s Death Harms Companies’ Interests in Supreme Court
A number of class-action cases that probably would have been decided in companies' favor are now up in the air.
High Court Sides With Workers in ERISA Case
The Supreme Court makes it easier for pension plan participants to sue sponsors over imprudent investments.
Hospital CFOs Dig In for a Tough Fight
Whatever the Supreme Court rules on health-care reform, related finance challenges for hospitals are just beginning.