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The U.S. Supreme Court asked the feds for its views on whether cities must make existing public sidewalks accessible to the disabled … the Court also said Monday it would examine whether police are personally liable when they make mistakes on search warrants … and the Court wrangled over government’s ability to force nonviolent criminal defendants — and others — to take drugs … AutoNation, the largest new and used car dealer in the U.S., says it will pay about $470 million in an IRS settlement … Oxford Health Plans says it’s agreed in principle to settle a securities class action for $225 mill … A federal judge has granted Ticketmaster’s motion for summary judgment on all Tickets.com’s antitrust claims, ending Tickets.com’s antitrust countersuit … Static Control Components has added charges to an antitrust suit against printer maker Lexmark; the suit seeks at least $100 million in damages … A federal judge has ordered Microsoft to release thousands of documents, as the company presses its claims that Lindows‘ name infringes on the Windows trademark … A German lawyer representing patients who report side effects from Bayer’s cholesterol drug says he will try to settle about 100 of the Baycol cases out of court … http://news.findlaw.com/news/s/20030303/courtdisabilitydc.html http://biz.yahoo.com/rf/030303/retail_autonation_irs_2.html http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/030303/lam151_1.html http://ap.tbo.com/ap/breaking/MGADEZRXUCD.html http://ap.tbo.com/ap/breaking/MGAEP966VCD.html http://news.findlaw.com/business/s/20030303/healthbayerdc.html

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