Italy's antitrust authority has fined Google and Apple a total of €20 million ($23 million) for aggressively acquiring users' data for commercial purposes.
A judge ordered a British currency exchange firm on Friday to pay $11 million of HSBC's legal costs for defending itself against a "contrived" High Court claim that accused the bank's traders of front ...
Estonia is willing to veto European Union laws formalizing the global agreement to fundamentally reform the international tax system if it threatens the country's current business-friendly regime, the ...
Thanksgiving is a time of reflection on what one is grateful for, and for those with insurance policies, that might include coverage for the risks associated with the holiday. Here, Law360 takes a ...
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has chosen Justice Shirley Troutman, an intermediate state appellate judge from western New York, to fill the last outstanding vacancy on the New York Court of Appeals, the ...
The data watchdog urged technology giant Google LLC on Thursday to eliminate privacy risks created by new online advertising that collects the personal information of consumers.
The High Court ruled on Thursday that a patent owned by three subsidiaries of the PanOptis group for technology used in 3G and 4G wireless devices is obvious and uninventive and therefore invalid, ...
A defunct investment company once controlled by a Saudi billionaire's family conglomerate has reached an agreement to end its $55 million lawsuit, which sought ownership of assets pledged as loan ...
A proposed alternative minimum tax based on financial statements has sparked concerns among accounting experts, who worry that blending two separate systems for measuring corporate income could ...
Bankrupt Gulf Coast Health Care reached agreements Wednesday on amendments to a proposed $25 million case financing loan and management change agreement for 24 of the nursing home chain's sites in ...
Gordon & Rees LLP has bolstered its ranks with the addition of a seasoned trial lawyer from Thorndal Armstrong Delk Balkenbush & Eisinger who will add to its litigation, insurance, health and ERISA ...
Ballard Spahr recently appointed its first-ever female chair of real estate, and the firm's new leader told Law360 she expects to see massive investment in affordable housing if the Senate manages to ...