Ed Sheeran misses grandmother's funeral, verdict looming in singer's ongoing copyright trial
Ed Sheeran was forced to miss his grandmother's burial in Ireland due to court appearance in New York for the sixth day of trial in Marvin Gaye copyright lawsuit.
Jeffrey Epstein-related lawsuit reveals explosive new details: report
JPMorgan Chase executives repeatedly flagged troubling sex abuse allegations against their client, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, according to a new report.
'Inventing Anna': Rachel Williams sues Netflix for 'vile' portrayal in hit series
Con artist Anna Sorokin's former close pal, Rachel DeLoache Williams, is suing Netflix over her negative depiction in the dramatized series "Inventing Anna."
Could Scott Peterson receive a new trial? A look at costs from his 2004 proceedings
Convicted murderer Scott Peterson will soon learn whether or not he will be granted a new trial after his initially scheduled hearing was delayed due to COVID exposure.
What is Amber Heard's net worth?
Amber Heard is known for her role in "Aquaman." Her net worth could considerably change, after losing the 2022 defamation trial against Johnny Depp.
What is Johnny Depp's net worth?
Johnny Depp won the defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard over an op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post in 2018. Depp was awarded $15 million by the jury in the 2022 case.
Bitcoin case: Wife released while husband jailed pending trial in alleged billion-dollar crypto scam
A federal judge ruled Monday that Heather Morgan will be released pending trial, while her husband, Ilya Lichtenstein, will remain behind bars as they both face trial for allegedly laundering $3.6 billion in stolen bitcoin.
Michael Avenatti trial: Jury deliberating disgraced lawyer's fate says discussions stalled by 1 juror
Just hours after indicating it might be deadlocked on one of two counts, the jury deliberating the fate of embattled attorney Michael Avenatti said Friday that one juror was refusing to look at evidence and was deciding the case based on her feelings and emotions.
Lawyer: Avenatti said he'd represent porn star for a dollar
Michael Avenatti jumped at the chance to represent porn star Stormy Daniels in 2018, saying he’d do it for a dollar,
Elizabeth Holmes found guilty on 4 of 11 charges, jury could not reach verdict on 3
The jury in the criminal fraud case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has found her guilty on 4 of 11 counts
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd fueled opioid addiction, court rules
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd fueled opioid addiction in New York state, a jury found on Thursday, a setback for a company still facing thousands of other opioid-related lawsuits around the United States.
Holmes jury to take break after six days of deliberation
The jury weighing fraud charges against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes departed court Wednesday without reaching a verdict after six days of deliberations.
Jury in Elizabeth Holmes trial hears replay of her boasts
Jurors in the fraud trial of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes returned to the courtroom Thursday to listen again to audio recordings that captured Holmes' brash promises about vaunted blood-testing technology that propelled her meteoric rise and scandalous downfall.
Jurors in the Elizabeth Holmes trial may take next week off
The jurors responsible for assessing 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes are scheduled to begin their third day of deliberations on Thursday.
Elizabeth Holmes' jury unsuccessfully tries to study at home
The high-profile trial of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes boils down to a single question: Did she cover up defects in her startup's blood-testing technology to rip off investors while potentially endangering the lives of unwitting patients?
NatWest Markets pleads guilty to wire and securities fraud
NatWest Markets PLC pleaded guilty Tuesday to wire and securities fraud, admitting that its traders in London, Singapore and Connecticut engaged in a number of schemes between 2008 and 2018 to manipulate U.S. Treasury markets.
Dubai ruler ordered to pay ex-wife and children $700 million in divorce settlement
A British court on Tuesday ordered the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, to pay his ex-wife and their children close to 550 million pounds ($730 million) in one of the most expensive divorce settlements in British history.
Elizabeth Holmes Trial: Jury starts weighing evidence against Theranos founder
The jurors now responsible for assessing 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes are scheduled to begin their first full day of deliberations on Monday. They have plenty of evidence to review after a three-month trial that captivated Silicon Valley.
The Elizabeth Holmes trial: Defense maintains Theranos founder didn’t mislead anyone
Elizabeth Holmes had his final opportunity Friday to distance the Theranos Inc. founder from the criminal-fraud allegations she faces
The Elizabeth Holmes trial: Prosecution gets final chance to sway jurors
Prosecutors in Elizabeth Holmes’s criminal fraud trial made their case one more time in closing arguments Thursday as jurors move closer to deciding the fate of the Theranos Inc. founder.