NEW YORK (7/22/14)--U.S. District Judge John Gleeson declined to dismiss lawsuits filed by retailers against Visa and MasterCard last week. The lawsuits have been brought against the two credit card companies after retailers accused them of fixing ... CUNA News Now, 1 month ago
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NEW YORK A judge has given a New York carjacking convict a break on his a 57-year prison sentence. Judge John Gleeson agreed Tuesday to re-sentence Francois Holloway to the timeBig News Network, 4 weeks ago Judge gives NY carjacker a break in long sentence Miami Herald, 1 month ago Federal judge enlists prosecutor to allow him to reduce 57-year sentence he imposed in carjackings ABA Journal, 1 month ago Carjacker sentenced to 57 years may be freed New York Post, 1 month ago
Retailers displeased with U.S. District Court Judge John Gleeson's adjudicated settlement of litigation surrounding credit card interchange appealed his decision Monday. Judge Gleeson, pictured at left, approved a negotiated settlement between ...Credit Union Times, 2 months ago Retail industry rails against swipe-fee settlement Home Channel News, 2 months ago Retailers claim appeals court to withdraw card swipe fee settlement RFPConnect, 2 months ago NRF & RILA plea to overturn credit card swipe fee decision Fibre 2 Fashion, 2 months ago
The federal judge overseeing the criminal case against Jordan Belfort, the felon depicted in the movie The Wolf of Wall Street, had bad news last month for the syndicated newsmagazine Inside Edition. He denied its request for a list of Belfort's ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Most victims are once bitten, ... Canberra Times, 1 month ago Victims are once bitten, twice shy - except when it comes to fraud Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago
Jeff Zelevansky | Reuters A large assortment of cocaine and marijuana that was confiscated at John F. Kennedy airport during the early 2000s The push for lighter sentences for non-violent criminals , particularly those found guilty of drug ...Business Insider, 1 month ago Second Thoughts On Lighter Sentences For Drug Smugglers Media Awareness Project, 1 month ago
Unrelated celebrity twins As far as we know. Hunter Hayes and Jack Gleeson These two 22-year-olds don't have much in common other than their looks. One plays country music and the other played a king on "Game of Thrones." Reuters/HBO ...FOXNews.com, 2 months ago Leo morphing into Jack FOXNews.com, 1 month ago
By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge has ordered Faberge, a Brooklyn restaurant and banquet hall, to come up with a new name by the end of August after Fabergé, the luxury jewelry company favored by the tsars of Russia, ...Town Hall, 3 weeks ago Fabergé settles New York lawsuit World Intellectual Property Review, 2 weeks ago
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U.S. District Court Judge John Gleeson ruled July 18 that retailers unhappy with the settlement of a credit card interchange civil suit may continue with a new legal proceeding against major card brands. Court records are not yet publicly ...Credit Union Times, 1 month ago Judge Green Lights New Interchange Suits Credit Union Times, 1 month ago 22 Fall Movies We're Dying to See From Interstellar to The Interview The Wrap, 1 week ago
NEW YORK—John Michael McDonagh wrote and directed the most financially successful independent film in Ireland, 2011's The Guardonly his first major film. His second film, Calvary, hits limited U.S. theaters on Aug. 1, and we reviewed it warmly.World Magazine, 3 weeks ago
d U.S. -- More than 30 retailers who opted out of last December's class act settlement with MasterCard and Visa have been granted permission, byU.S. District Court Judge John Gleeson,to sue the major card companies individually. The companies ...Payments Business, 1 month ago Retailers May Get Chance to Opt Back In to Swipe Fee Settlement CSnews.com, 2 months ago
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