Company Legal and Law Matters

A failed try to topple the group's chief executive, millions of dollars blown and multiple lawsuits are roiling the gun lobby.
Host Alex Jones on Monday signed his companies' settlement agreement with Pepe's creator, Matt Furie.
California, Maine, Hawaii and the District of Columbia are accusing Purdue Pharma of helping fuel the rise in drug overdoses linked to opioids.
The Justice Department is preparing an investigation to determine whether the tech giant broke antitrust law.
The states claim the companies artificially inflated and manipulated prices for more than 100 different generic drugs.
The former U.S. Army intelligence officer has been detained since March for refusing to testify in the government's Wikileaks case.
The casino mogul and former Republican National Committee finance chair was ousted last year after multiple sexual misconduct claims from casino employees.
The victim said that his former supervisor -- who he called "Mr. Stinky" -- would fart around him five or six times a day.
It’s the third time the commission has slapped Google with an antitrust penalty.
Former executive Amit Singhal has denied the claims against him.
The team filed a gender discrimination lawsuit just three months before the Women's World Cup.
Jack Phillips, who was at the center of a Supreme Court battle over a gay wedding cake last year, dubbed the agreement a victory.
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, who is facing rape accusations, was not part of the settlement.
Alexander Parker sued a judge after she wrongly suspected he's illegally in the U.S. and detained him on his wedding day.
Gov. Matt Bevin's lawyers say taxpayers “should not have to collectively bear the financial responsibility for Davis' intransigence."
It’s one of the biggest regulatory enforcement actions since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, came into force in May.
Company wants to file appeal under secret seal; reporters are arguing that case should be made public.
The former owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa were ordered to pay $135,000 in damages to the women.
The lawsuit says Facebook has ignored its duty to keep moderators from being "irreparably traumatized."