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Halliburton Settles Oil Spill Claims at $1.1 Billion

Halliburton Settles Oil Spill Claims at $1.1 Billion     Summary: Halliburton oilfield service provider has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle claims against them for involvement in 2010′s Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill. Halliburton Co, the largest oilfield service provider in the U.S., and one of…>read more

No Comment September 2, 2014

Samsung Settles False Claims Act Allegations for $2.3 Million

Samsung Settles False Claims Act Allegations for $2.3 Million Summary: Samsung settles False Claims Act allegations for $2.3 million without any determination of liability or admission of having caused alleged violations of the TAA. Samsung Electronics America Inc. has agreed to pay $2.3 million to resolve allegations that it…>read more

No Comment August 20, 2014

Barneys Agrees to $525,000 Settlement for Shopper-Profiling

Barneys Agrees to $525,000 Settlement for Shopper-Profiling Barneys is the latest of New York stores to admit racial profiling, and in their case, they agreed to pay $525,000, after complaints arose that their store detectives targeted minorities. Both shoppers and former employees noted that minorities were followed…>read more

No Comment August 11, 2014

Judge Rakoff Approves Citigroup Deal with SEC But with Terse Comments

Judge Rakoff Approves Citigroup Deal with SEC But with Terse Comments This week, Judge Rakoff of the U.S. District Court in Manhattan finally approved SEC’s $285 million deal with the Citigroup that let the company off the hook without denying or admitting any guilt. Rakoff had earlier blocked the deal as “pocket change”…>read more

No Comment August 6, 2014

Sallie Mae Settles with DOJ for $60 Million over Student Loans to Servicemen

Sallie Mae Settles with DOJ for $60 Million over Student Loans to Servicemen The federal government’s first lawsuit under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) was settled as soon as it was filed and a milestone in justice over student loans established within a few hours and without much ado. First, the DOJ…>read more

No Comment May 14, 2014

Patton Boggs Escapes Economic Uncertainty by Settling with Chevron

Patton Boggs Escapes Economic Uncertainty by Settling with Chevron Patton Boggs has recently been in the news time and again for seemingly wrong reasons, but this time no one can deny the reasons are right, except affected clients. On Wednesday, both Chevron and Patton Boggs proposed to settle their…>read more

No Comment May 8, 2014

Sixty Former Howrey Partners Agree to $4.2 million Settlement with Howrey Estate

Sixty Former Howrey Partners Agree to $4.2 million Settlement with Howrey Estate A group of former Howrey LLP partners has agreed to pay more than $4.2 million to the defunct law firm’s bankruptcy estate. Howrey’s Chapter 11 trustee, Allan Diamond, considers the settlement an important step towards building a plan to pay…>read more

No Comment May 7, 2014

HP Making $108 Million Settlement to Avoid Bribery, Embezzlement, Tax Evasion Charges by SEC

HP Making $108 Million Settlement to Avoid Bribery, Embezzlement, Tax Evasion Charges by SEC   To resolve civil and criminal charges over violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Hewlett Packard will be paying $108 million to the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), according to an announcement made by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).…>read more

No Comment April 14, 2014

Toyota Reaches $1 Billion Settlement over Unintended Acceleration Cases

Toyota Reaches $1 Billion Settlement over Unintended Acceleration Cases Automaker Toyota has reached a $1 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over the company’s handling of consumer complaints related to unintended vehicle acceleration. CNN reported the agreement would be announced this week, and Toyota is expected to…>read more

No Comment March 19, 2014

JPMorgan Chase & Company CEO Gets Raise after Billions in Fines

JPMorgan Chase & Company CEO Gets Raise after Billions in Fines JPMorgan Chase & Company will pay Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon $20 million for his work during 2013, after restoring most of the $11.5 million cut directors inflicted a year earlier after the company’s spin-off loss. On Friday, in a…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2014

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Our client, a leading international law firm, is seeking a Private Equity Paralegal who will function as an integral part of the firm\'s leading private investment funds practice. The Private Equity P...