Law Lawsuits

  • NY AG Sues Wells Fargo & BofA

    The Empire State is suing two big banks for violating the nation's mortgage settlement. Eric Schneiderman, New York attorney general, discusses.

  • NY's Attorney General Going After Two Big Banks

    New York's AG Eric Schneiderman is going after Wells Fargo and Bank of America for mortgage settlement violations, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • NY AG Schneiderman to Sue Wells Fargo & BofA

    New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman is bringing a lawsuit against two big banks, reports CNBC's Diana Olick

  • SEC Investigates Insider Trading Leaks

    The case in question deals with a Washington, DC political intelligence firm which alerted clients of a pending government decision favoring health insurers. Jacob Frenkel, Schulman Rogers partner, discusses what constitutes insider trading.

  • Novartis Disputes Allegations

    CNBC's Andrea Day reports Swiss drug maker Novartis is disputing allegations in 2 U.S. federal lawsuits. The company is accused of wining and dining doctors.

  • A former merchandising executive at retailer Aeropostale was convicted of defrauding the company and taking more than $25 million in kickbacks from a key vendor, federal prosecutors in New York said.

  • AMD'S Epic Court Battle Ends in Victory

    Hector Ruiz, "Slingshot" author, discusses Advanced Micro Devices' antitrust fight with Intel.

  • Prosecuting White Collar Crime

    A bankruptcy trustee is going after the former Governor and head of MF Global Jon Corzine, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche. Sam Antar, White Collar Fraud blog author, weighs in.

  • Jon Corzine

    Jon Corzine, the former chief executive of MF Global Holdings, was sued by the trustee for the futures and commodities brokerage, who accused him of contributing to the company's October 2011 bankruptcy.

  • Trustee Sues Corzine Over MF Global Collapse

    A bankruptcy trustee is suing Jon Corzine and other former MF Global executives, claiming gross negligent led to the brokerage firm's collapse, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.

  • Macy's CEO on Resiliency of US Consumer

    Terry Lundgren, chairman, president & CEO at Macy's, shares his thoughts on the company's ongoing legal battle with JC Penney, the state of consumer confidence, and the company's plans to hire around "a thousand college grads this year."

  • Court Battle Continues Between JC Penney & Macy's

    An update on the legal wrangling between the two retailers to sell certain Martha Stewart products, with CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Martha Stewart's company lost a bid to dismiss a claim by Macy's that it violated their contract when it designed certain products for JC Penney.

  • Battle For Martha's Brand Continues

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the latest details on the lawsuit between JC Penney and Macy's for the rights to sell certain Martha Stewart products.

  • Judge to Decide NFL's Fate

    More than 4,000 former NFL players claim intentional mis-representation, negligence and fraud when it comes to the League's awareness of the risks associated with concussions.

  • Talking Numbers: Buy JC Penney or Macy's?

    Macy's and JC Penney continue to battle over who can sell Martha Stewart products in certain categories. Carter Worth, Oppenheimer, and Marc Lichtenfeld, The Oxford Club Association, discuss.

  • Retail Giants Face-Off in Court: JCP vs. Macy's

    The FMHR crew have the trade on Whole Food's 52-week low. And, CNBC's Courtney Reagan has the latest details on the legal battle between Macy's and JC Penney.

  • Macy's vs. JC Penney Trial Resumes

    Both retailers are back in court over a battle to sell select Martha Stewart branded products, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • JC Penney & Macy's in Court Over Martha

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the legal battle continues between the two retailers for the right to sell the Martha Stewart brands.

  • Agreement 'in Principle' in DOJ's Case Against STZ

    There's a positive development in the Justice Department's case against Constellation Brands, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.