A federal court concluded that UCC is not liable for any environmental remediation or pollution-related claims made by residents near the Bhopal plant site in India . . .
A Maryland man accused of selling millions of dollars in fraudulent renewable energy credits was convicted Monday on all 42 counts against him, including money laundering, wire fraud and violations of the Clean Air act.
A Maryland man faces trial in a $9.1M fraud case that is shedding light on problems in a renewable energy credits program run by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Woodford sued in a British court, accusing Olympus of unlawful firing and discrimination in not treating him the same way as a Japanese executive.
Lawyers for U.S. automobile dealers said they've filed a lawsuit accusing an Indian truck manufacturer and its American counterpart of fraud, misrepresentation, and conspiracy.
The South Korean company said in a statement that it will "demonstrate to the court that the Galaxy S III is innovative and distinctive."
A former company executive was sentenced to three years in prison, suspended for five years, over insider trading in shares of a precision equipment manufacturer.
Federal prosecutors in Mississippi have dropped criminal cases against five aerospace engineers who had been accused of stealing trade secrets.
Whirlpool advanced in its battle over foreign imports after the Commerce Department reached a preliminary determination against South Korea for subsidies paid to appliance makers based there.
Prosecutors say the former head of worldwide sales at a valve company has pleaded guilty to bribing foreign officials with millions of dollars to obtain contracts.
The U.S. government said Friday that China has made progress in allowing its currency to rise against the dollar and declined to accuse the nation of manipulating its currency to gain a trade advantage.
China filed WTO cases Friday challenging U.S. anti-subsidy tariffs on 22 Chinese goods including steel, widening a conflict between the two giant trading partners.
China's Commerce Ministry issued a ruling that U.S. government support for six renewable energy projects violated free-trade rules, the latest volley in a widening conflict over clean power.
Dow Chemical has been awarded $2.16B in damages by an international arbitration court over for a Kuwaiti joint venture that collapsed four years ago as the global recession took hold.
In March, Airbus said Beijing was blocking orders by China's state-owned carriers for jets with a total list price of $12B in a challenge to the carbon charges.
The president of a North Charleston company has been arrested and charged with illegally exporting goods to Iran and lying to agents about his trade practices, according to federal prosecutors.
The European Commission has opened an investigation of ThyssenKrupp AG's plan to sell its stainless steel division to Outokumpu Oyj, citing possible competition concerns.
The Labor Department says it has reached a $600,000 settlement with adhesives manufacturer Bostik Inc., over workplace safety citations related to a March 2011 explosion.
China's government rejected a U.S. antidumping ruling against its solar power equipment makers and Chinese manufacturers warned possible higher tariffs might hurt efforts to promote clean energy.
The chemical industry needs guidance in choosing alternative processing methods to reduce or eliminate hazards, a national panel said in a report released Friday.
A judge overturned a nearly $10,000 small-claims judgment against Honda that was won by a car owner who said the automaker misrepresented the gas mileage of her hybrid Civic, according to a ruling released Wednesday.
Although the jury decided Android infringes on some of Java's copyrights, the five men and seven women on the panel were divided on whether Google's actions were permissible under "fair use" protections of U.S. law.
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against Ford that alleged defects in tires on the Ford Bronco were a substantial factor in a crash that left a man paralyzed.
Nokia says it has filed claims in the United States and Germany alleging that products from HTC Corp., Research in Motion and Viewsonic Corp. infringe a number of its patents.