The U.S. Senate parliamentarian said Thursday that the $15 minimum wage provision proposed as a part of the late...(read more)
The House approved the Equality Act on Thursday with a 224-206 vote after a tense and emotional hearing in which...(read more)
Jerry Seinfeld is entitled to be reimbursed for legal bills he spent fending off a copyright lawsuit over "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," a federal judge ruled Friday, saying courts need to deter future accusers from filing such "opportunistic" cases.
The trio of attorneys trying to win over the U.S. Supreme Court justices Monday in a dispute over whether Patent Trial and Appeal Board judges are constitutionally appointed are all seasoned veterans of the court and patent law. Here, Law360 introduces the three attorneys arguing U.S. v. Arthrex.
Embattled private equity firm GPB Capital Holdings sued its lender Signature Bank on Thursday for the return of more than $2 million in coronavirus relief funds and other loan money that the bank allegedly "wrongfully" took back after the firm and its founder were accused of taking part in a $1.8 billion fraud scheme.
Designer Shoe Warehouse's owner slammed its insurer with an Illinois court suit for $50 million in business income coverage, saying the insurer wrongfully denied coverage for losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic and government shutdown orders affecting more than 500 of the company's retail stores.
TikTok users alleging biometric privacy violations in multidistrict litigation against the short-form video-sharing app and its parent company, ByteDance, asked an Illinois federal judge Thursday to approve a $92 million litigationwide settlement.
Former West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry won his bid Thursday for the full Fourth Circuit to examine his appeal seeking a new trial or an evidentiary hearing based on claims that a juror improperly viewed information on Twitter about his fraud case during trial.
The Third Circuit affirmed Thursday that the American Board of Internal Medicine had not violated antitrust or racketeering laws with its programs for physicians to get and maintain board certification, since those programs were not illegally tied together or fraudulently marketed.
Uber Inc.'s Postmates is the latest food delivery giant to be taken to court by a coronavirus-ravaged restaurant, Walmart has beat bias claims over its exclusive pandemic shopping hours and the Italian fashion brand Valentino is being sued for $207 million by its former landlord.
A Sixth Circuit panel won't rethink its September decision to greenlight the shutdown of Delphi Corp.'s pension plan for salaried employees, upholding the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.'s win in the case Thursday.
The employment practices of financial services technology provider nCino Inc. are being scrutinized by the U.S. Department of Justice's antitrust unit, the company said Thursday in a securities filing, revealing the agency's latest probe of competition issues in labor markets.
A former U.S. Olympic gymnastics coach with close ties to disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar died by suicide on Thursday just hours after the Michigan attorney general's office announced he was being charged with physically and sexually abusing young women at his Lansing-area club, the office said.
The Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a decision allowing a man to sue federal officers for a violent arrest, finding that the trial court's judgment throwing out his Federal Tort Claims Act suit against the government blocks any suit based on the same event against the officers involved.