Last week, SDNY Judge Jesse Furman issued a 51 page decision in In Re: Barclays Liquidity Cross and High Frequency Trading Litigation dismissing all of the cases consolidated under the MDL.
Few issues raise the passion of people as much as a discussion of capital punishment. The pro-death penalty crowd starts its argument from a moral base, often quoting the Bible as their source.
Now that we are finished with the recent trial, my nightmares involving exhibits, motions, and objections are beginning to subside, and things are starting to settle back into the normal daily grind; I figured it was time for me to sit down and get back to posting on our blog.
On August 29, 2015, China’s legislature, the National People’s Congress, amended the Criminal Law, effective November 1, 2015.
Somewhat competitive conspiracy theories are working their way into the final days of the Peanut Corporation of America criminal case nearing final sentencing on Sept. 21.
Ignition Interlock – the little gadget that is designed to ensure that you cannot start your vehicle unless there is no alcohol in your system.
The FBI’s latest weapon in locating electronic evidence is not a computer program, it’s a dog. The FBI is using data-sniffing dogs in raids to cut down on the time it takes agents to locate small hidden data storage devices.
In a divided 2-1 decision, the Sixth Circuit affirmed summary judgment for Taser related to failure to warn claims arising out of the death of a individual who had been tased.
Further reflecting the divide amongst courts regarding the definition of “whistleblower” under the Dodd-Frank Act, the District Court of New Jersey recently held that an employee who internally reports an alleged securities law violation is subject to the statute’s anti-retaliation protections.