Charges possible in Las Vegas mass shooting

Criminal charges may be filed in connection with the Las Vegas mass shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds more, attorneys for the Las Vegas Metro Police Department said in court on Tuesday. The hearing, which took place in a Clark County District Court,

3 family members dead in mysterious triple murder

Authorities in Southern California are searching for a suspect in the mysterious killing of three people over the weekend. On Saturday afternoon, police responded to a home in Palmdale after a family member asked them to check on his family, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s

DOJ plans to ask Supreme Court for review on DACA

The Department of Justice today appealed a federal court ruling that had forced the Trump administration to again accept renewal applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. The administration, which is seeking to appeal a lower court ruling to the 9th Circuit Court

Russia oligarch Deripaska sues Paul Manafort in New York court

Russian metal tycoon Oleg Deripaska filed suit in New York state court Wednesday against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and associate Rick Gates alleging fraud. Related charges were brought in 2014 in the Cayman Islands. This new claim relies in part on evidence from the unsealed indictmentagainst

Luxembourg high court reverses conviction of whistleblower

The Luxembourg Court of Cassation on Thursday reversed the conviction of “LuxLeaks” whistleblower Antoine Deltour who had leaked thousands of documents revealing tax breaks for major companies. Deltour, an employee at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), disclosed tax agreements between PWC clients, many of them large multinational companies, and the

UK rights groups demand cancellation of Saudi Crown Prince’s visit

A coalition of human rights groups, including the Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK), Stop the War Coalition, the Campaign Against Arms Trade [advocacy websites] and Human Rights for Yemen, sent a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May [official website] on Tuesday urging her to cancel Saudi Arabian

Blue Coat granted non-infringement ruling in Finjan patent case

On Wednesday, January 10th, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit entered a decision in Finjan v. Blue Coat Systems which affirmed the lower court’s findings of Blue Coat’s infringement of three patents owned by cybersecurity firm Finjan. The Federal Circuit did vacate part of the district court’s

Gillette wins patent dispute against Wilkinson Sword

Wilkinson’s blades, which can sell for 30 percent less than Gillette‘s, infringe the Procter & Gamble (PG.N) subsidiary’s patent rights, a regional court in Duesseldorf said in a statement, backing a lower court ruling made last year. But Wilkinson’s owner Edgewell Personal Care (EPC.N) said