New York sued PepsiCo on Wednesday, arguing that the snack giant's single-use bottles, caps, and wrappers are a large contributor to the pollution of the Buffalo River and have impacted public health, freshwater species, the ecosystem, the public's use and enjoyment of the river, and the aesthetic value of the river and its shoreline.
The Fifth Circuit on Wednesday upheld a Nasdaq rule requiring companies listed on its exchange to have women and minority directors on their boards or provide an explanation as to why they do not.
The CEO, CFO, and chief legal officer who left Twitter when Elon Musk took over have asked the Delaware Court of Chancery to award them over $1 million in unpaid reimbursements for legal fees.
United Healthcare must drop its claim for a more than $2 million refund, a Texas appeals court ruled, because it should have been able to intervene before a much smaller settlement check was cashed had it exercised due diligence.
The landlord of a San Francisco office space operated by the social media company has sued for unpaid rent, echoing problems that Twitter has faced at other properties.
Sony Music Entertainment sued Triller, Inc. in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, on Monday, August 29, 2022, alleging that Triller failed to pay licensing fees and permitted the unauthorized use of Sony's copyrighted music in the Triller app.
A former partner sued his ex-firm Tuesday, claiming that it owes him hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid compensation and the value of his equity interest, including an interest in $250 million worth of cryptocurrency accepted by the firm as payment. The suit follows one by another former partner alleging that he was illegally ousted from the firm so that other equity partners would not have to share the $250 million asset.