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'Justice Department' - 41 News Result(s)

  • US To Probe If Harvard Discriminates Against Asian-Americans

    US To Probe If Harvard Discriminates Against Asian-Americans

    The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division will investigate the allegations.

  • US Labour Department Takes Tough Stand Against H-1B 'Abuse'

    US Labour Department Takes Tough Stand Against H-1B 'Abuse'

    The Labour Department is the third federal agency after the US Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Justice Department to implement the Trump administration's pledge to prevent abuse of H-1B visas.

  • Fears Rise H-1B Spouses May Lose Right To Work In US

    Fears Rise H-1B Spouses May Lose Right To Work In US

    The Trump Administration has sought 60 days to respond to a court case that challenges the decision of the previous Obama Administration to authorise spouses of H-1B holders to work in the US.

  • Deutsche Bank Agrees To $7.2 Billion Mortgage Settlement With US

    Deutsche Bank Agrees To $7.2 Billion Mortgage Settlement With US

    Under the settlement, Deutsche Bank will pay a civil monetary penalty of $3.1 billion and provide $4.1 billion in consumer relief in the United States.

  • Harley-Davidson To Pay $12 Million Fine Over Motorcycle Emissions

    Harley-Davidson To Pay $12 Million Fine Over Motorcycle Emissions

    Harley-Davidson Inc agreed to pay a $12 million civil fine and stop selling illegal after-market devices that cause its motorcycles to emit too much pollution, the U.S. Justice Department said.

  • US Succeeds In Cracking Apple's iPhone, Drops Legal Action

    US Succeeds In Cracking Apple's iPhone, Drops Legal Action

    The abrupt end to a confrontation that had transfixed the tech industry was a victory for Apple, which vehemently opposed a court order obtained by the Justice Department that would have required it to write new software to get into the iPhone.

  • Volkswagen Faces Billions in Penalties as US Sues for Environment Violations

    Volkswagen Faces Billions in Penalties as US Sues for Environment Violations

    The US Justice Department on Monday filed a civil lawsuit against Volkswagen for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act by installing illegal devices to impair emission control systems in nearly 600,000 vehicles.

  • 5 Big Banks Expected to Plead Guilty to Felony Charges

    5 Big Banks Expected to Plead Guilty to Felony Charges

    For most people, pleading guilty to a felony means they will very likely land in prison, lose their job and forfeit their right to vote.

  • Alstom to Pay $772 Million to Settle Bribery Charges With US

    Alstom to Pay $772 Million to Settle Bribery Charges With US

    France's Alstom SA has pleaded guilty and will pay $772 million in criminal penalties to settle charges with the US Justice Department alleging the company bribed government officials to win business around the world.

  • Bank Offers U.S. Biggest Settlement in History

    Bank Offers U.S. Biggest Settlement in History

    The tentative deal - which people briefed on the matter said would cost the bank more than $16 billion to settle investigations into its sale of toxic mortgage securities in the runup to the financial crisis - started to take shape last week after the Justice Department rejected yet another settlement offer from the bank. Then, a wild card entered ...

  • US Imposes Record Fine on BNP in Sanctions Warning to Banks

    US Imposes Record Fine on BNP in Sanctions Warning to Banks

    The guilty plea is the direct consequence of a broader US Justice Department shift in strategy that is expected to try to snare more major banks for possible money laundering or sanctions violations.

  • Credit Suisse in Talks to Pay $1.6 Billion to Resolve US Tax Probe: Report

    Credit Suisse in Talks to Pay $1.6 Billion to Resolve US Tax Probe: Report

    Credit Suisse Group AG is in talks with the US Justice Department to pay as much as $1.6 billion to resolve an investigation into the bank's role in helping Americans evade US taxes, a person familiar with the matter said on Monday.

  • Comcast turns to Davis Polk for Time Warner Cable merger

    Comcast turns to Davis Polk for Time Warner Cable merger

    Comcast has used the New York-based law firm repeatedly for antitrust matters, most notably its successful bid to buy a majority of NBC Universal from General Electric Co. A team of Davis Polk lawyers helped win US Justice Department approval for that deal in January 2011.

  • US ends probe of Samsung's use of essential patents

    US ends probe of Samsung's use of essential patents

    The US Justice Department will close its investigation into Samsung Electronics' use of a special class of essential patents to attack rivals but would keep monitoring related patent litigation, it said on Friday.

  • JPMorgan to pay $614 million to settle mortgage fraud case: US

    JPMorgan to pay $614 million to settle mortgage fraud case: US

    JPMorgan, the largest U.S. bank by assets, is admitting in the settlement that for more than a decade it approved thousands of loans that were not eligible for insurance by the Federal Housing Administration or the Department of Veterans Affairs, the department said in a statement.

  • After JPMorgan settlement, US plans new bank fraud cases in early 2014

    After JPMorgan settlement, US plans new bank fraud cases in early 2014

    The US Justice Department plans to bring civil mortgage fraud cases against several financial institutions early in 2014 using as a template the case that ended last month in JPMorgan Chase & Co's $13 billion settlement, US Attorney General Eric Holder said on Wednesday.

  • Swiss banks urged to come forward or risk US prosecution

    Swiss banks urged to come forward or risk US prosecution

    The head of the U.S. Justice Department's tax division has warned that Swiss banks which do not come forward under a government-brokered programme risk prosecution over tax evasion by their U.S. customers.

  • For JPMorgan, ending criminal probe proves impossible for now

    For JPMorgan, ending criminal probe proves impossible for now

    JPMorgan Chase & Co CEO Jamie Dimon has pleaded with and complained to the U.S. Justice Department but cannot convince the government to end its criminal probe of his bank because prosecutors are not yet certain of their findings, people familiar with the matter said.