Las Vegas' Treasure Island Casino has filed a lawsuit
seeking to compel Affiliated FM Insurance Co to pay for losses
caused by the coronavirus pandemic, accusing the insurer of
acting in bad faith.
NEW YORK A fund to compensate victims of Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse may begin making payouts soon, after the deceased financier's estate, his accusers and the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands resolved their differences over the process.
A federal special master said Wednesday that he would grant
final approval to a $1.21 billion settlement by Bausch Health
Cos Inc of a shareholder class action alleging the company
misled investors about its business operations and financial
performance when it was called Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Egg seller Pete & Gerry's Organics LLC has settled a class
action lawsuit accusing it of deceiving consumers by claiming
that its Nellie's brand free range eggs come from hens that can
"peck, perch and play on plenty of green grass."
A California blockchain services firm has agreed to return
the proceeds from an unregistered $25.5 million initial coin
offering to investors as part of a settlement with the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission.
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA has agreed to pay $2.5 million to
settle a class action lawsuit over its 2018 decision to begin
treating purchases of cryptocurrency with Chase credit cards as
cash advances, resulting in higher fees.
A federal judge has dismissed a proposed class action
against a debt collection firm, rejecting the plaintiff's claim
that it violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by
falsely telling debtors legal action was imminent if they did
not immediately repay their debts.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled for
the second time that a $4 million tax refund issued to bankrupt
United Western Bancorp (UWBI) belongs to the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp and not the UWBI's Chapter 7 trustee.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Friday announced a
lawsuit against a payday lending enterprise for allegedly
overcharging withdrawing millions of dollars from consumers'
accounts without their permission.
A New York man was arrested Thursday on charges of scheming
to defraud the federal coronavirus relief program for business
out of $20 million by falsely claiming to employ hundreds of