WILMINGTON, Del. A federal judge dismissed claims on Monday by turnaround pioneer Jay Alix that McKinsey & Co violated racketeering laws when the consulting firm expanded into advising bankrupt U.S. companies.
WILMINGTON, Del, Aug 19 A federal judge
dismissed claims on Monday by turnaround pioneer Jay Alix that
McKinsey & Co violated racketeering laws when the consulting
firm expanded into advising bankrupt U.S. companies.
Thousands of child sexual abuse lawsuits are expected to flow into New York State courts in the coming weeks exposing decades-old misconduct at schools, hospitals, churches and youth clubs, according to lawyers for victims.
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July 22 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security
said on Monday it will order more speedy deportations of
immigrants who crossed illegally and are caught anywhere in the
United States, expanding a program typically applied only along
the southern border with Mexico.
WILMINGTON, Del. A Delaware judge ruled against hedge funds on Friday that tried to get more cash out of Newell Brands Inc's 2016 acquisition of consumer goods company Jarden Corp, the latest setback for a once-popular investment strategy known as appraisal.
NEW YORK/WILMINGTON, Del., July 17 A top
corporate lawyer in Delaware jumped ship on Wednesday to one of
the country's most successful shareholder firms, a highly
unusual move that signals confidence in the state's courts to
hold corporate boards accountable to investors.
A second U.S. judge has rejected a Department of Justice request to replace its legal team in cases on the 2020 census as the Trump administration tries to add a contentious citizenship question.
WILMINGTON, Del. As chief justice of Delaware's Supreme Court, Leo Strine has decided disputes affecting powerful U.S. companies and investors, but his departing thoughts were reserved for some unheralded participants in corporate America: workers.
WILMINGTON, Del. Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court Leo Strine will retire in the next few months, Governor John Carney announced on Monday, a leadership change in the court system that decides disputes for more than two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies.