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Real life court cases bear very little resemblance to the ones on "Law & Order," and Exhibit A is the Raj Rajaratnam insider trading trial in New York.
Philip Morris and other major tobacco companies won a lawsuit Friday filed by 37 Missouri hospitals seeking more than $455 million for treating sick smokers.
CNBC's Eamon Javers has the story on Sony facing more scrutiny after the Play Station security breach.
A federal judge has sided with NFL players and granted their request for a preliminary injunction to lift the lockout.
A jury has begun deliberating at the trial of a hedge fund founder accused of making tens of millions of dollars through insider trading.
Throughout Raj Rajaratnam’s trial, which could go to the jury as soon as Monday, there has been an elephant in the courtroom: Rajat K. Gupta.
A federal court jury has rejected Mattel Inc.'s copyright infringement claims involving MGA Entertainment's popular line of Bratz dolls and awarded MGA $88.4 million for misappropriation of its trade secrets by the Barbie-maker.
No matter how the insider trading trial of hedge fund mogul Raj Rajaratnam turns out, his lead attorney tells CNBC exclusively that it will be his last trial.
Taco Bell took a parting shot Wednesday at the law firm that questioned the beef content of the filling in the chain's tacos and burritos.
A top Justice Department official says a sweeping guilty verdict in a Florida mortgage fraud case adds another face to the financial crisis.
After six weeks, testimony has concluded in the landmark insider trading trial of Galleon Group co-founder Raj Rajaratnam. Now, it will be up to attorneys for Rajaratnam and the government to persuade the jury in closing arguments, which are set to begin Wednesday.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the towering Olympic rowers and identical twins who you remember from The Social Network movie as the guys who gave Mark Zuckerberg the idea for Facebook, had their case against Zuckerberg thrown out of court yesterday.
Remember Paul Ceglia? He's the fellow in upstate New York who sued Mark Zuckerberg last July, claiming that, way back in 2003, Zuckerberg had agreed to give him a 50% ownership in the project that became Facebook.
Hospital operator Community Health Systems fired back against fraud allegations from rival Tenet Healthcare Tuesday, to claim a lawsuit levied by Tenet is "completely without merit."
How will Raj Rajaratnam's defense team counter all those undercover recordings of the hedge fund mogul receiving inside stock tips? By showing that the tipsters weren't telling him anything he didn't already know.
The federal judge overseeing the NFL players' request to lift a lockout by the owners says it will take "a couple of weeks" to rule.
CNBC's Scott Cohn has the story on an alleged insider trading scheme run by two men that goes back more than 15 years and involved some of the biggest deals in tech.
Fund manager Raj Rajaratnam made $1 million in two minutes of frantic calls after receiving an inside tip about a big investment in Goldman Sachs at the height of the financial crisis, prosecutors said this week at the Galleon founder's insider trading trial.
Dozens of foreign companies with London listings may be exempt from new anti-corruption laws, Ken Clarke has confirmed, a disclosure that will anger investors keen to preserve the integrity of London’s markets, the Financial Times reports.
When the Supreme Court considers on Tuesday whether hundreds of thousands of women can band together in an employment discrimination suit against Wal-Mart, the argument may hinge on the validity of the hotly disputed conclusions of a Chicago sociologist, the New York Times reports.