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  • May 24, 2024

    HNTB's Liability Capped In Seattle Tunnel Delay Claim

    A contract clause caps engineering firm HNTB Corp.'s potential liability over a long-delayed Seattle highway tunnel project, a Washington state court judge ruled Friday, likely dashing a joint venture's bid to recover more than $700 million.

  • May 24, 2024

    BofA Inks $21M Deal With Over 1M Customers Over Wire Fees

    Bank of America customers on Friday urged a North Carolina federal judge to preliminarily approve their $21 million settlement to resolve claims the financial institution tacked $15 "junk fees" onto incoming wire transfers, saying the deal constitutes significant relief for over a million class members.

  • May 24, 2024

    Enbridge Says Oil Transport Monopoly Claims Lack Merit

    Enbridge Inc. fired back at an antitrust suit accusing it of intentionally killing a pipeline terminal project that would have resulted in the company losing its monopoly power over crude oil transportation in the Chicago area, calling for an Illinois federal judge to dismiss the claims.

  • May 24, 2024

    Ousted Publishing CEO Not Satisfied With Say In Potential Sale

    The ousted CEO of the publisher behind the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Toledo Blade isn't dropping his case against his family's newspaper empire just because he won his bid to weigh in on the company's potential sale, his attorney told an Ohio state court judge Friday, who compared the conflict to a messy divorce.

  • May 24, 2024

    Walgreens Must Face $200M Cooler Screen Contract Claims

    A cooler screen technology company's $200 million contract suit against Walgreens remained intact Friday, as an Illinois state judge rejected the pharmacy retailer's bid to dodge accusations that it breached a contract to install "smart coolers" at thousands of stores simply because its latest CEO didn't like how they look.

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