U.S. Supreme Court
Supreme Court Rejects Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Investors’ Claims
But the Court said the plaintiffs could seek remedy on the part of their lawsuit that argues the FHFA's structure was unconstitutional.
High Court to Review Fannie-Freddie Dispute
At stake is the arrangement under which Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have transferred their profits to the Treasury Department.
High Court Hears Dispute Over ‘Ill-Gotten Gains’
The justices appeared skeptical that the SEC exceeded its powers by obtaining a $27 million disgorgement order against a California couple.
U.S. Supreme Court Sides With ERISA Plaintiff
The ruling in a case against Intel could make it easier for retirement plan beneficiaries to sue administrators for investing plan funds imprudently.
High Court Rejects Extension of Citizens United
The Supreme Court denied review of a First Amendment challenge to Massachusetts' ban on corporations making direct contributions to political campaigns.
High Court Clears Way for Suits Against GM
The automaker lost its bid for review of a lower court ruling that exposes it to liability for injuries resulting from an ignition-switch defect.