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Indian-origin pharma executive gets 41 months in prison for fraud sales

Acting North Texas Federal Prosecutor Prerak Shah announced on Friday the sentencing of Sitesh Patel, 37, on a conspiracy charge relating to the misbranding of the supplements.

Apple loses virtualisation copyright battle against Corellium

The judge ruled that "Corellium's creation of virtual iPhones was not a copyright violation, in part because it was designed to help improve the security for all iPhone users".

Microsoft temporarily blocked from beginning Pentagon project

Amazon had asked the judge to force a temporary stay of work on the Joint Enterprise Defence Infrastructure, or JEDI, project until the court can rule on Amazon's protest over Pentagon awarding it to Microsoft.

$26 billion Sprint-T-Mobile merger is a done deal now

The merger would bring together US' third and fourth largest mobile carriers, thus, effectively reducing the number of key carriers from four down to three.

Trump nominates Indian-American to federal judgeship

Her nomination to Southern California Southern District federal court in San Diego was announced on Wednesday by the White House and her appointment has to be approved by the Senate.

Ashley Judd’s lawsuit against Weinstein on hold

In April 2018, Judd sued the producer, claiming he sexually harassed her and bad-mouthed her to filmmaker Peter Jackson, which cost her a part in "The Lord of the Rings".

Judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary cities

The temporary ruling by Judge William Orrick on Tuesday, followed a 70-minute hearing on April 14 over San Francisco and Santa Clara County's lawsuit over the executive order signed by Trump

Travel ban is religiously neutral says Trump administration

U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Hawaii last month blocked the revised travel ban in response to a lawsuit by the state of Hawaii that argued the policy discriminates against Muslims.

Judge sides with transgender students over bathroom access

The judge said in issuing a preliminary injunction that the students are reasonably likely to win the case on equal protection grounds.

Blame court system if something happens: Trump on ban suspension

The Trump administration launched an appeal against the decision by federal Judge of issuing temporary restraining order on immigration ban.

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