The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina dismissed with prejudice a securities fraud class action against the chief executive
Judge Richard M. Berman of the Southern District of New York dismissed with prejudice antitrust claims brought against Paul, Weiss client Acumen
The New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division, Second Department, issued a decision affirming the dismissal with prejudice of a shareholder
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has issued a long-anticipated ruling dismissing with prejudice indictments against two
At the request of AT&T, the FCC agreed on Tuesday to dismiss without prejudice the company’s pending application to acquire control of T-Mobile USA, as FCC officials took the unprecedented step of releasing a 157-page staff analysis on the competitive concerns that induced FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski last week to seek an administrative law judge (ALJ) hearing on the $39 billion deal.
Antitrust officials with the European Commission (EC) have approved unconditionally News Corp.’s proposal to acquire remaining shares of British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB), concluding that the proposed US$12.1 billion transaction poses no significant competitive concerns.
The $52 billion sale of BCE, Inc., Canada’s largest telecom operator, to a private equity consortium is facing a fresh legal challenge in the form of a class action lawsuit, brought by holders of the company’s common stock, that seeks $588 million plus punitive damages for recovery of dividends that were suspended during the second and third quarters this year.