Litigation

Hundreds Of Washington State Workers Sue Over Vaccine Mandate, As Anti-Vaxx Litigation Breaks Out Nationwide

What began with about 90 state troopers and dozens of public sector employees now includes an additional 600 state workers, including the state’s fire marshal. […]

Antitrust Lessons From the Supreme Court’s NCAA Decision

Antitrust Lessons From the Supreme Court’s NCAA Decision

In June, the Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in NCAA v. Alston, an antitrust case involving the NCAA’s restrictions on education-related payments to student […]

Third Straight Appellate Court Rules No Covid Business Interruption Coverage

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a district court ruling that an Ohio restaurant that had lost business as a result of Covid […]

Discharged Vets Sue Over “Bad Paper”

In a putative class action, two former Air Force service members have sued the Secretary of the Air Force, claiming they wrongly received a less-than-honorable […]

Self-Dealing and CEO-Shielding at Facebook

Two recently unsealed lawsuits allege major wrongdoing by the mega-tech company Facdebook’s board of aging whiz kids, Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Sheryl Sandberg, Michael Schroepfer […]

Could the Workers’ Comp “Grand Bargain” Fall Apart?

A trial court ruling in California, taken to its logical conclusion, would mean that a person who contracts Covid from a company employee would be […]

U.S. Property Owners Largely Clueless About Flood Risk

The risk is greater than they realize, and their insurance coverage is far worse. Those are conclusions of a MarketWatch article, written shortly after hurricane […]

DOJ Files Motion To Nullify Sacklers’ Immunity

The sweeping immunity granted to the billionaire Sackler family by  Federal Bankruptcy Judge Robert Drain as part of a controversial $4.5 billion opioid settlement is […]

Tech Giants Are Toast, says Top FTC Aide

In an interview with a Hebrew-language business newspaper in Israel last April, Shaoul Sussman, a top aide to FTC Chair Lina Khan, said he expects […]

One More Chance For the CAFC To Get It Right

According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is batting zero when it comes to software copyright decisions. […]

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