US Court Dismiss Racketeering Allegations against BitMEX Parent Company

The US District Court of the Northern District of California has dismissed racketeering allegations against HRD Global Trading Limited, the parent company of the derivatives exchange BitMEX. According to court documents, Judge William H. Orrick determined that the fillings didn’t have enough legal support to back the plaintiff’s accusations. In fact, Judge stated that many… Continue reading US Court Dismiss Racketeering Allegations against BitMEX Parent Company

Clinics ask high court to block Texas 6-week abortion ban

WASHINGTON (AP) — Abortion providers in Texas are asking the Supreme Court to prevent enforcement of a state law that would allow private citizens to sue anyone for helping a woman get an abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy. The request to the court comes after a panel of appellate judges refused to block… Continue reading Clinics ask high court to block Texas 6-week abortion ban

London High Court Orders Binance to identify Individuals Behind $2.6 Million Fetch.ai Hack

London High Court judge Pelling QC has ordered Binance crypto exchange to track hackers and help recover all the $2.6 million stolen on June 6 from Fetch.ai accounts on Binance. The case is part of the public cases involving the cryptocurrency exchange since being ordered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to cease providing any… Continue reading London High Court Orders Binance to identify Individuals Behind $2.6 Million Fetch.ai Hack

Minnesota Supreme Court refuses to review judge's order to hire 730 more Minneapolis police officers

Fox News Flash top headlines for August 11 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. The Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a request from the city of Minneapolis for an emergency review of a judge’s order requiring at least 730 police officers to be hired by next summer… Continue reading Minnesota Supreme Court refuses to review judge's order to hire 730 more Minneapolis police officers

Mississippi asks Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade

The state of Mississippi formally asked the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday to uphold its ban on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy and overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that gave women the unfettered right to end a pregnancy before a fetus is viable outside the womb. “Under the Constitution, may a State… Continue reading Mississippi asks Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade

NMC founder sues EY, banks and execs for $8 billion over alleged fraud

MUMBAI (Reuters) – B.R. Shetty, the founder of stricken UAE hospital operator NMC Health, has sued auditor EY, two former top executives of his companies and two banks in a U.S. court, seeking $8 billion in damages for an alleged multibillion-dollar fraud at his group.The logo of Ernst & Young is seen in Zurich, Switzerland… Continue reading NMC founder sues EY, banks and execs for $8 billion over alleged fraud

Former Cryptopia Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing $176,000 in Crypto

A former employee from the disgraced New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia has pleaded guilty to stealing $176,000 worth of crypto assets and customer data from the platform. According to Stuff.co.nz, the former staffer, which was no named by the court, admitted the crime before Judge Gerard Lynch at the Christchurch District Court on Monday. The… Continue reading Former Cryptopia Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing $176,000 in Crypto

U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs appeal by florist who spurned gay couple

By Lawrence Hurley    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday declined to hear an appeal by a florist fined by Washington state for refusing to make a flower arrangement for a same-sex wedding due to her Christian beliefs, sidestepping another major case pitting gay rights against religious liberty.    After ruling in 2018 in… Continue reading U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs appeal by florist who spurned gay couple

U.S. Supreme Court gives states more leeway to restrict voting

(Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for states to enact voting restrictions, endorsing Republican-backed measures in Arizona that a lower court had decided disproportionately burdened Black, Latino and Native American voters and handing a defeat to Democrats who had challenged the policies. The 6-3 ruling, authored by conservative Justice Samuel Alito,… Continue reading U.S. Supreme Court gives states more leeway to restrict voting

High court sides with former athletes in dispute with NCAA

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a ruling that could help push changes in college athletics, the Supreme Court on Monday unanimously sided with a group of former college athletes in a dispute with the NCAA over rules limiting certain compensation. The high court ruled that NCAA limits on the education-related benefits that colleges can offer athletes… Continue reading High court sides with former athletes in dispute with NCAA

U.S. Supreme Court blocks permanent residency for some immigrants

By Andrew Chung    -The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to let immigrants who have been allowed to stay in the United States on humanitarian grounds apply to become permanent residents if they entered the country illegally, siding with President Joe Biden's administration.    The justices, acting in an appeal by a married couple from El… Continue reading U.S. Supreme Court blocks permanent residency for some immigrants

Supreme Court rejects J&J’s appeal of $2B talcum powder cancer verdict

More On: johnson & johnson J&J asks Supreme Court to void $2B talc cancer verdict Nearly 60K doses of J&J COVID vaccine close to expiring in Arkansas Cleanliness concerns reportedly emerge at plant with botched J&J doses Johnson & Johnson vaccine shipments dry up The US Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear Johnson &… Continue reading Supreme Court rejects J&J’s appeal of $2B talcum powder cancer verdict

Crypto couple tells court the IRS has no right to tax newly mined coins

A couple investing in crypto have claimed that coins gained by mining or staking are untaxable until sold, in a complaint filed to federal court. The Tennessee couple is seeking a refund from the United States Internal Revenue Service and filed a complaint with the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee on… Continue reading Crypto couple tells court the IRS has no right to tax newly mined coins

Court decision leaves Mississippi medical marijuana, other ballot initiatives in limbo

A ruling last week by the Mississippi Supreme Court has left law experts and state leaders in a state of confusion over the future of medical marijuana, which was overwhelmingly supported by voters in a ballot initiative in November. The judge’s decision could also have a major legal impact on 20 years of state initiatives,… Continue reading Court decision leaves Mississippi medical marijuana, other ballot initiatives in limbo

Supreme Court dismisses bid for final appeal in Feltex Carpets shareholders’ claim

The Supreme Court has ended a more than decade-long legal battle for shareholders seeking compensation from the directors of a collapsed carpet company. The top court dismissed a final application for leave to appeal last week by Eric Houghton, who represented 3639 claimants who had invested in shares in Feltex Carpets Ltd (Feltex). The company,… Continue reading Supreme Court dismisses bid for final appeal in Feltex Carpets shareholders’ claim

Brit pilot loses court bid to blame WIFE for 'crushing their baby's brain'

A BRITISH airline pilot has lost his appeal bid in a Kazakh court after they rejected his claim that his WIFE was responsible for their baby’s death.  Mohamed Barakat, 42, now faces 20 years in jail for “crushing the brains” of his baby girl Sophia at a five star hotel in Almaty in October 2019. The Airbus captain’s lawyers made a… Continue reading Brit pilot loses court bid to blame WIFE for 'crushing their baby's brain'

U.S. House Speaker Pelosi says does not support bill to expand the Supreme Court

FILE PHOTO: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., speaks during the service for U.S. Capitol Officer William “Billy” Evans, as his remains lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, U.S. April 13, 2021. Tom Williams/Pool via REUTERSWASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. House of Representative Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said she does not support… Continue reading U.S. House Speaker Pelosi says does not support bill to expand the Supreme Court

Supreme Court dismisses case about Trump blocking critics on Twitter

More On: supreme court ‘F–k school’: Supreme Court to hear case of cheerleader suspended for Snapchat post Virginia high court says Charlottesville can remove Confederate statues Supreme Court offers mixed response in NCAA compensation case Pro-life elites befuddle rank-and-file with arcane debates The US Supreme Court on Monday tossed a lower court’s ruling over former… Continue reading Supreme Court dismisses case about Trump blocking critics on Twitter

Supreme Court meets in person for first time in more than a year

Supreme Court sides with students on lawsuit over handing out religious pamphlets Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Vice President Kristen Waggoner, who represented the case, speaks out on the free speech win on ‘Fox & Friends.’ The tradition-minded Supreme Court regained some sense of normalcy Friday morning as most of the justices met in person for… Continue reading Supreme Court meets in person for first time in more than a year

Biden reverses course in U.S. Supreme Court drug sentencing case

FILE PHOTO: A man wheels a trash bins past the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, U.S., June 25, 2020. REUTERS/Al Drago/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden’s administration on Monday told the U.S. Supreme Court that it thinks low-level crack cocaine offenders should be among the beneficiaries of a federal law that reduced certain prison… Continue reading Biden reverses course in U.S. Supreme Court drug sentencing case

NJ court rules against artist Peter Max over works damaged during Hurricane Sandy

More On: hurricane sandy Isaias was ‘most serious’ storm to hit NYC since Sandy, de Blasio says The coronavirus won’t defeat the city that never sleeps Cuomo says coronavirus will ‘transform’ society like 9/11 did MTA manager pleads guilty to not cooperating with Hurricane Sandy probe A New Jersey appeals court on Thursday ruled against… Continue reading NJ court rules against artist Peter Max over works damaged during Hurricane Sandy

Court Approves MT Gox Rehabilitation Plan

The Tokyo District Court has approved a rehabilitation plan of MT Gox creditors said Nobuaki Kobayashi (pictured), the Rehabilitation Trustee. The plan will now go to creditors for a vote beginning on March 24th 2021 until October 8, 2021. A creditors meeting is then to be held on October 20th with distribution presumably to follow.… Continue reading Court Approves MT Gox Rehabilitation Plan

Trump: Supreme Court tax return decision a ‘continuation of the greatest political witch hunt’

Should Donald Trump run for office in 2024? Trump voters discuss the next generation of Republican leadership on ‘The Story’ Former President Trump on Monday slammed the Supreme Court for declining to halt the turnover of his tax records to a New York prosecutor, calling it “a continuation of the greatest political Witch Hunt in… Continue reading Trump: Supreme Court tax return decision a ‘continuation of the greatest political witch hunt’