The multibillion-dollar fight between the bankruptcy administrator for MF Global and PricewaterhouseCoopers has been settled midtrial.
The decision to favor board-certified psychiatrists is a legitimate, nondiscriminatory answer to claims of age discrimination and retaliation against the Department of Veterans Affairs, a federal judge has ruled.
Stephen Robinson, a former Southern District judge who is partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, was named by Mayor Bill de Blasio to be the representative on the Handschu Committee, created to ensure the NYPD complies with guidelines for investigations into political activity and terroris
The wife of former Jenkens & Gilchrist partner and now federal prisoner Paul Daugerdas has lost her bid to recover millions of dollars that a judge ordered her husband to forfeit for his massive tax fraud scheme.
Criminal charges will not be brought against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his fundraisers for soliciting campaign donations from people who sought favors from City Hall, Acting Southern District U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim announced Thursday morning.
Whether the political corruption conviction of former Democratic power Sheldon Silver should stand took front and center Thursday as a federal appeals court explored what it means when a politician takes "official action" as part of a quid pro quo.
A prosecutor told a federal jury Wednesday that the government has the goods on professional gambler William "Billy" Walters for insider trading. But Walters' attorney, Kramer Levin's Barry Berke, said the star witness against his client, worried about his own possible prosecution after stealing fro
Regardless of who is selected to fill the shoes of just-fired U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, white-collar practitioners see little change coming in the prosecution of financial crimes in the Southern District.
Southern District U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is out of a job. Bharara, who was told he would keep his position during a meeting with the President-elect at Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan in November, announced via his personal Twitter account that he was fired just before 3 p.m. Saturday. "I did
The conviction of former New York State Assembly Speaker and Democratic powerhouse Sheldon Silver will be tested on March 16 at the Second Circuit over jury instructions on "official action."