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Crypto exchange fights to pause class actions that it would rather arbitrate

Coinbase, valued at nearly $86 billion when it debuted on Wall Street in 2021, fought at the Supreme Court to put litigation on hold.

Hotel not owed defense from trafficking claims

PHILADELPHIA — A federal court in Pennsylvania declared that a group of insurers do not have to defend a hotel whose employees are accused of complicity in allowing women to be victims of sex trafficking at the facility. Insurers may not provide insurance for losses attributable to harmful criminal conduct.

TikTok updates rules; CEO on charm offensive for US hearing

TikTok has come under fire in the U.S., Europe and the Asia-Pacific.

Google’s artificially intelligent ‘Bard’ set for next stage

Google is treading carefully with the rollout of its AI tools, in part because it has more to lose if the technology spits out inaccurate information or takes its users down dark corridors.

Wells Fargo loses bid to shake Mormon Ponzi scheme class action

The order on Saturday involves the 2022 arrests of Jeffrey Judd and lawyer Matthew Beasley who federal investigators say ran a $500 million Ponzi scheme that scammed over 900 victims.

Sex-trafficking claims hang over banks that worked with Epstein

A federal judge advanced three lawsuits over the dead pedophile's accounts at JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank.