• New York's top court narrows Martin Act in $11 billion Credit Suisse case

    10 days ago - By Reuters

    NEW YORK - New York State's highest court on Tuesday narrowed the reach of a powerful law used by the state's attorney general to fight financial fraud, handing a partial victory to Credit Suisse Group AG in an $11 billion lawsuit over defective mortgage securities.
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  • A former New York prosecutor says Conor McGregor's charges are 'not serious,' which means UFC's biggest fight of the year could go ahead

    A former New York prosecutor says Conor McGregor's charges are 'not serious,' which means UFC's biggest fight of the year could go ahead

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Conor McGregor is due to return to a New York City courtroom on June 14.
    The UFC fighter faces assault and criminal mischief charges but former New York prosecutors say McGregor has nothing to worry about.
    This means McGregor could go on to secure a comeback bout in UFC - and it could easily be the biggest fight of the year.
    Conor McGregor is due to return to a New York City courtroom on June 14 to face assault charges, but former prosecutors claim the UFC fighter has nothing to worry about.
    McGregor, 29, was formally charged with three counts of assault and one of criminal mischief after...
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