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  • July 24, 2024

    Ex-Arena Group CEO Says He's Owed Fees For Dueling Suits

    The former CEO of digital publisher The Arena Group is demanding that the company make its contractual payments to him to cover his costs for dueling lawsuits against one another in separate state courts, according to a Wednesday suit in Delaware Chancery Court.

  • July 24, 2024

    Paramount Defaulted On Co. Sale Doc Demand, Chancery Told

    Paramount Global has "completely defaulted" on obligations to provide documents sought by a shareholder investigating controller Shari Redstone's alleged self-interested "usurpation" of the media company's sale opportunities, a stockholder attorney told a Delaware Court of Chancery magistrate Wednesday.

  • July 24, 2024

    Byju's Asks Del. Justices To Undo Lenders' Chancery Win

    The bankrupt U.S. arm of India-based educational technology giant Byju's told the Delaware Supreme Court Wednesday that its dispute with a consortium of lenders belongs in New York and argued that the state's Chancery Court was wrong to find the lenders had validly taken over the company after several defaults.

  • July 24, 2024

    3rd Circ. Says ​NJ Temp Worker Law Is Constitutional

    Staffing industry groups can't halt a New Jersey law strengthening protections for temporary workers because it doesn't discriminate between out-of-state and in-state companies and is therefore constitutional, the Third Circuit ruled Wednesday, affirming a district court's ruling.

  • July 24, 2024

    3rd Circ. Revives Ex-Ricoh USA Workers' 401(k) Fee Suit

    The Third Circuit on Wednesday reversed dismissal of a federal benefits lawsuit from former workers at Ricoh USA Inc. alleging their employee 401(k) plan paid excessive recordkeeping and administration fees, finding retirement mismanagement claims should proceed to discovery.

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