English courtrooms have become a battleground — and a source of powerful weapons — in fierce disputes between the tycoons and the politicians of the post-Soviet world.
Jonathan Ames, known for his confessional essays and TV shows like “Bored to Death,” tries his hand at a detective novel with “A Man Named Doll.”
In a case riveting national attention, Ikea France is charged with violating privacy rights by surveilling unions, employees and customers.
His investigations, often conducted under cover, led to the recovery of Munch’s masterpiece as well as stolen paintings by Vermeer and Titian.
Mr. Palladino, a private investigator who had worked for Bill Clinton and other famous clients, died four days after he sustained a severe head injury in an attempted robbery, the authorities said.
Six former employees were recently named in federal charges that were an indication of the lengths some companies will go to hit back at detractors.
He prosecuted civil rights violators, investigated the Nixon administration during the Watergate scandal and worked for Bill Clinton.