U.S federal law bars all internet gambling, reversing its position from 2011 that only sports betting is prohibited.
SEC Probes Boeing Deal With China-Linked Satellite Project
Immigration Court Backlog May Grow by Years on Shutdown
Sumner Redstone Settles Legal Battle With Ex-Confidante
Wynn Accuses Genting of Copying Its Looks for Las Vegas Project
BuzzFeed Beats Russian's Defamation Case Over Dossier on Trump
ICE Detainees Sue U.S. Over Restricted Access to Lawyers
Trump’s lawyer had asked for $389,000 in fees for defending the lawsuit and for an equal amount in sanctions.
Judge Lamberth directed the State Department to work up a plan to provide relevant records to watchdog group Judicial Watch.
Since the Sepulveda tunnel was proposed, the Boring Co. has switched its focus to other projects.
Fox, Disney Get Sued for Backing Out of Theme Park Deal
Avenatti Avoids Domestic Violence Felony, May Face Misdemeanor
Fugitive Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho agreed to drop his claims to the property in a U.S. forfeiture lawsuit.
Elliott Broidy Fails to Keep Ex-Playboy Model’s Lawsuit Out of Public Eye
Avenatti was booked on a felony domestic violence charge and his bail was set at $50,000, the LAPD said in a tweet late Wednesday.
Snap said U.S. Justice Department and SEC are looking into allegations it misled investors ahead of its IPO last year.
Tesla Resolves Most of Lawsuit That Alleges Sudden Acceleration
‘Spinal Tap’ and Vivendi Push Pause Button on Royalties Dispute
Edison and PG&E Are About to Face Lawsuits Over California Wildfires
Harvey Weinstein Must Face Sex Trafficking Claim by Actress
Manafort's Former Son-in-Law Faces New Real-Estate Scam Charges