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Jonathan Stempel

Peloton sues Lululemon in dispute over new apparel line

Nov 26 2021

NEW YORK Peloton Interactive Inc, the exercise bike company, has sued Lululemon Athletica Inc after the athletic apparel maker threatened its own lawsuit over Peloton's new apparel line.

Pfizer sues departing employee it says stole COVID-19 vaccine secrets

Nov 24 2021

Pfizer Inc has sued a longtime employee for allegedly stealing "scores" of confidential documents, including some related to its COVID-19 vaccine, as she prepared to jump to a competitor.

Columbia University to pay $12.5 million to settle COVID-19 refund claims

Nov 24 2021

NEW YORK Columbia University agreed to pay $12.5 million to settle a lawsuit by students who claimed it failed to refund fees when it moved classes online in the spring 2020 semester because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

JPMorgan wins appeal against insurers over Bear Stearns settlement

Nov 24 2021

NEW YORK New York's highest court ruled on Tuesday that JPMorgan Chase & Co is entitled to insurance coverage for $140 million of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission settlement with the former Bear Stearns Cos over improper mutual fund trading.

Jury hits organizers of 'Unite the Right' rally with $26 million verdict

Nov 23 2021

A federal jury in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Tuesday found the organizers of the 2017 "Unite the Right" white nationalist rally liable for injuries sustained by counter-protesters and awarded approximately $26 million in damages.

New York Times faces extended ban on Project Veritas coverage

Nov 23 2021

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. A New York trial judge on Tuesday extended a ban keeping the New York Times from publishing some materials concerning the conservative activist group Project Veritas, a restriction the newspaper said violated decades of First Amendment protections.

New York Times urges no 'prior restraint' against Project Veritas coverage

Nov 22 2021

NEW YORK The New York Times urged a judge to restore what it called its constitutionally-protected freedom to cover the conservative activist group Project Veritas, on the eve of a hearing on a rare attempt to block news coverage by major media.

JPMorgan to pay $60 million to settle precious metals spoofing lawsuit

Nov 19 2021

NEW YORK JPMorgan Chase & Co agreed to pay $60 million to settle class-action litigation by investors who accused the largest U.S. bank of intentionally manipulating prices of precious metals futures and options.

JPMorgan to pay $60 million to settle precious metals spoofing lawsuit

Nov 19 2021

NEW YORK JPMorgan Chase & Co agreed to pay $60 million to settle class-action litigation by investors who accused the largest U.S. bank of intentionally manipulating prices of precious metals futures and options.

Tesla subjects women to 'nightmarish' sexual harassment at factory -lawsuit

Nov 19 2021

Tesla Inc subjects female workers to "nightmarish" conditions of rampant sexual harassment at its main factory, and supervisors turn their backs when complaints are brought, according to a new lawsuit.

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