A judge's decision on a proposed settlement that
would recover $71.5 million from former Dewey & LeBoeuf partners didn't
come on Friday at the end of closing arguments in the defunct firm's bankruptcy
case, The Am Law Daily reports. U.S. bankruptcy court judge Martin Glenn
said he would not rule from the bench.
Filing: Victims of the Aurora, Colo., theater shootings on Friday filed suits against Cinemark Holdings Inc., which owns Century Aurora 16, where 12 moviegoers were killed and 58 were wounded this summer, The Denver Post reports. The suits, the first filed in connection with the shootings, claim the theater didn't have adequate security.
Investigating: Germany is investigating an 87-year-old Philadelphia man for war crimes, The Associated Press reports. German authorities accuse Johann "Hans" Breyer of serving as an SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp. "I didn't kill anybody, I didn't rape anybody - and I don't even have a traffic ticket here," he said. "I didn't do anything wrong."
Fearing: Civil rights groups fear that changes to voting laws may keep 10 million Hispanics from casting ballots in the November elections, The Washington Post reports. The voting law changes have "the impact of scaring people and reminding them of [immigration] raids and other kinds of law enforcement that have been targeted toward these communities,” said Penda Hair, a co-director of the Advancement Project, part of a coalition of liberal groups that oppose the new voting laws.