A Malaysian claimant said Indonesia's highest court declined to enforce arbitral awards worth $300 million on the grounds that doing so would "interfere with the judicial process in Indonesia."
The costs order allowed legal fees of around $54,000 after $241,000 had been requested.
The former Chongqing party boss was defiant on the first day of his long-awaited corruption trial.
The Japanese automaker has moved to strike evidence from an expert who claims that problems in the electronic throttle control system source code was to blame for unintended acceleration by Toyota vehicles.
A federal appeals court said Yale had no malicious intent in mistakenly confirming to Dongguk University that a bogus professor it hired had earned her doctorate at the Ivy League school.
A three-judge panel rejected a proposed distribution scheme for a $75.3 million class action award to investors in failed Australian financial advisory company Storm Financial Ltd.
Jurors in Los Angeles heard opening statements Thursday in the first bellwether trial against Toyota Motor Corp. over acceleration defects.
A federal judge in New York ruled that neither the Chinese firm nor one of its partners had acted with scienter, or knowledge of wrongdoing, in an alleged fraud.
In a motion to dismiss filed late last week, Davis Polk & Wardwell argues that a New York–based recruiter's claim that he helped place a Hong Kong litigator with the firm in 2012 "fails both as a matter of law and common sense."
The shifting market, a series of departures and leadership changes—in the U.S. as well as Asia—have raised questions about the firm's Asia strategy. But chairman Bradley Butwin insists that O'Melveny's commitment to Asia is as strong as it ever was.