Roy Moore, the former U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama, on Wednesday filed a $95 million lawsuit accusing Sacha Baron Cohen of defamation
A federal appeals court ruled a museum can keep two 16th century masterpieces by a German Renaissance painter which was looted by the Nazis.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday rejected a bid by Jonathan Pollard to relax his parole conditions.
A federal appeals court said billionaire Ira Rennert must pay a $213.2 million judgment after a jury found him liable for looting his now-defunct magnesium company to build one of the country’s most expensive homes, a 21-bedroom mansion in New York’s Hamptons.
A federal judge has blocked litigation that the trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff’s firm said could undermine a $7.2 billion settlement meant to benefit the Ponzi schemer’s former customers.
The fate of a former Jefferies Group bond trader being tried a second time for defrauding clients now lies with a federal jury, after prosecutors and the defense battled over whether he told his customers “lies” or merely employed sales “banter” they knew to shrug off.
Shmaltz Brewing Co says some of its beer names, including several with Jewish themes, “can be a bit unorthodox.” Now a large California winery wants one of those names to be reformed.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan was sued on Friday for the return of a Pablo Picasso masterpiece allegedly sold under duress in 1938 because of Nazi and Fascist persecution in Europe.
A U.S. court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by victims of Hezbollah rocket attacks in Israel who sought to hold Lebanese Canadian Bank SAL liable for financing Hezbollah through its New York account with American Express Bank.
Nearly 7-1/2 years after Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme was unmasked, the court-appointed trustee recouping money for the swindler’s victims on Thursday sought court approval to free up another $247 million to help cover their losses.