O’Connor had agreed with a coalition of Republican states led by Texas that the act needed to be eviscerated.
Bush Judge in Northern Texas Was Go-To Guy to Gut Obamacare
Obamacare was struck down by a Texas federal judge in a ruling that casts uncertainty on insurance coverage for millions
Snubbed American Airlines Logo to Get Another Copyright Review
Obamacare Fight Puts Texas Judge in Hot Seat as Election Looms
American Airlines Wants to Know What's So Boring About Its New Logo
Billionaires' Yellowstone Club Sued for Stiffing Jamaican Staff
Blocking Obamacare before January would “cause chaos in the insurance market,” says Deputy Assistant Attorney General Shumate.
A Texas jury on Friday hit Toyota with a $242 million verdict over defective seats.
Exxon investors filed a lawsuit on disclosure that regulators were scrutinizing its reserve accounting related to climate change.
Exxon Loses Fight for $337 Million Tax Refund From U.S.
JPMorgan to Pay Widow $7.1 Million of Multibillion-Dollar Win
Halliburton Workers Harassed Muslim Employees, U.S. Suit Says
Facebook-Oculus Virtual Reality Stolen Tech Damages Are Halved
How Much of an $8 Billion Jury Award JPMorgan Will Pay Is Secret
JPMorgan Juror Says Doomed $8 Billion Award Was Message to Bank
JPMorgan Chase will probably face a judgment of no more than $90 million in a lawsuit.
Fiduciary Duty Rule Struck Down by New Orleans Appeals Court
J&J Ordered to Pay $247 Million Over Defective Hips
JPMorgan Says Family Awarded $8 Billion Verdict Deserves Nothing
JPMorgan Loses $4 Billion Verdict to Widow in Probate Fight