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NEW YORK/ SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 18- Apple Inc will likely seek to invoke the United States' protections of free speech as one of its key legal arguments in trying to block an order to help unlock the encrypted iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, lawyers with expertise in the subject said this week. Government lawyers from the U.S. Justice Department have...
Feb 17- Last October, prosecutors from the Justice Department asked a federal magistrate judge in Brooklyn to issue an order directing Apple to help the Drug Enforcement Administration bust security on an iPhone 5 seized from the home of Jun Feng, a suspected meth dealer. According to a Justice Department brief filed last fall, Apple never objected to All Writs...
In its fight against Apple, the Department of Justice is invoking the All Writs Act to obtain data from the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook.
A man under investigation by the FBI was arrested in Miami this morning for allegedly hacking a hospital.
Major health insurers are still a long way from gaining federal approval for their mergers, but they're optimistic their deals will close by year-end.
In July 2014 Pilot Flying J agreed to pay a $92 million to resolve its criminal liability over a scheme that the U.S. Justice Department said caused customers to lose $56 million. The case followed an investigation in which Federal Bureau of Investigation and Internal Revenue Service agents searched Pilot Flying J's headquarters in Knoxville in April 2013.
WASHINGTON, Jan 29- Democratic U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren released on Friday a report criticizing what she called "shockingly weak" punishments for corporate crimes and condemned the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission for their lax approach. Warren, a favorite among progressives, criticized the Justice Department and federal law...
The U.S. Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit against the car maker for violating the Clean Air Act.
The German tech entrepreneur faces charges for copyright infringement and money laundering
The airline is settling allegations that it violated U.S. Federal Aviation Administration safety regulations.
Shares in Baker Hughes and Halliburton were halted as the companies announced that they had extended the time period for closing a deal.
The two abandon plans to combine after the Department of Justice voiced antitrust concerns.
CNBC's Sue Herera covers the top stories of the day, including Russian airstrikes on Syria.
The Justice Department plans to file an antitrust lawsuit to stop United from forming a "monopoly" at Newark Airport, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
According to Dow Jones, the Justice Department will fine Takata $70 million for air bag lapses. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest developments.
Republican candidate Chris Christie provides his perspective on actions taken over GM's faulty ignition switches.
The DoJ and DFS are escalating a Deutsche Bank probe into Russian mirror trades worth $6 billion.
Dara Khosrowshahi, President & CEO, Expedia, discusses its recent acquisition of Orbitz and its brands.
The Justice Department has reached a settlement with General Motors over faulty ignition switches. NBC News reports.
The DOJ complicates Halliburton's buyout of peer oilfield services company Baker Hughes.