Takata Pleads Guilty In Air Bag ScandalJapanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. pleaded guilty to fraud Monday and agreed to pay $1 billion in penalties for concealing an air bag defect blamed for at least 16 deaths, most of them in the U.S.
Texas Court Blocks Federal Plan To Extend Overtime Pay To MillionsThe U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Texas granted the nationwide preliminary injunction, saying the Department of Labor's rule exceeds the authority the agency was delegated by Congress.
Court Grants Nationwide Injunction Against Overtime RuleThe U.S. District Court in Texas granted a preliminary injunction against the Department of Labor’s overtime pay rule, which was scheduled to go into effect on December 1.
Teacher Sues Austin After Officer Throws Her Down Amid ArrestBreaion King filed suit against the city of Austin in U.S. District Court on Tuesday. She's seeking damages that "most probably" exceed $1 million.
Firm Agrees To $3M Settlement For Substandard Army HelmetsAn Ohio-based company has agreed to pay $3 million to the federal government to settle a lawsuit over combat helmets it provided to the U.S. Army that were found to be substandard.
Apple To Pay Millions In Patent DisputeiTunes product infringes on patents issued to Smartflash.
Outdoor Retailer Accused Of Racial DiscriminationThe federal government has sued retail chain Bass Pro Outdoor World, alleging racial discrimination in its hiring practices dating back to 2005.
Judge Needs Time To Rule On NFL LockoutA U.S. District Court judge said she will need more time to rule on whether or not to grant an injunction to lift the NFL lockout.