Bitcoin made headlines last month when Mt.Gox, which was once the world's largest exchange for the virtual currency, filed for lawsuit.
Advocates on both sides of the dispute over Obamacare contraception mandate are trying to set the court straight on the science.
Target has been sued by Swatch, which accused the second-largest U.S. discount retailer of illegally selling watches that copy its own.
GM hired two law firms to look into its recall of cars blamed for 13 deaths, and lawmakers said they would also investigate the company's response.
A drug company worker accusing his employer of encouraging excessive dosage in heartburn medications faces a last-ditch U.S. Supreme Court bid.
As the U.S. SEC seeks to become a more formidable force in the courtroom, a string of trial defeats has exposed a weak spot: witness testimony.
Societe Generale and Credit Agricole are both targets of inquiries from several US government offices for allegedly dealing in Iran, Sudan and Cuba.
Former executives at Dewey & LeBoeuf were accused of using accounting gimmicks to fool banks and investors.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler plans to heavily restrict TV station owners' ability to jointly manage multiple stations in smaller markets, Re/code reports.
Privacy advocates have asked US regulators to halt Facebook $19 billion acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration wants reams of documents and answers to a 107-point questionnaire concerning GM's last recall.
The DoJ froze more than $458 million in illicit funds hidden in accounts belonging to Nigeria's deceased dictator and his cohorts.
Lois Lerner refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing that quickly devolved into political bickering between Democrats and Republicans.
A student who sued her parents for support had her initial request denied by a judge, who cautioned that the case could lead to a "slippery slope."
The Supreme Court is considering whether to make it tougher for investors to band together to sue corporations for securities fraud.
The Supreme Court ruled that whistleblower protections apply broadly, saying that employees of subcontractors should also be protected.
On second thought, the University of Chicago won't be having Fabrice Tourre teaching students.
Experts say the case could set parameters on whether parents have to pay their children's college education after they have left home.
A group of villagers claimed that Chevron's Texaco was responsible for polluting an oil field in northeastern Ecuador from 1964 to 1992.
The Supreme Court will hear an appeal filed by Omnicare in a securities case filed by investors.