The oldest and largest electricity transmission cooperative in Texas hit Chapter 11 on Monday, two weeks after a...(read more)
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The ERISA Industry Committee urged the Ninth Circuit on Monday to find that a Seattle ordinance requiring large hotels to pay workers for health care coverage is preempted by federal law, arguing that the ordinance isn't merely "wage-like" because it requires a new system to dole out differing payment amounts based on marital status and family size.
A former PwC employee suing the auditing giant for retaliation following his purported whistleblowing activities had "emotional outbursts" in response to professional feedback, a PwC human resources manager testified in a California federal bench trial Monday, saying his communication style with clients verged on "abusive."
As the first in-person patent jury trial in the U.S this year wound down Monday, VLSI told a jury in the Western District of Texas that Intel owes billions of dollars for infringing two computer chip patents, while the chipmaker called the damages request "outrageous."
The wife of a mesothelioma patient told a jury Monday in a Zoom trial that she's afraid her husband won't live long enough to celebrate their 50th anniversary this year, shortly before she and her husband rested their case against a maker of asbestos-containing boiler liner material.
A New York federal judge has granted JPMorgan Chase's motion to dismiss a proposed class action filed by victims of the 1979 Iran embassy hostage crisis, saying the statute of limitations has expired for their claims against its predecessor, Chase Manhattan Bank.
When President Joe Biden's nominee to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau faces off with senators at his confirmation hearing Tuesday, concerns about enforcement, pandemic relief, fair lending and more could take center stage.
Gary Gensler, the former Goldman Sachs executive-turned-financial regulatory hawk, will undoubtedly face questions on the recent GameStop trading frenzy, climate disclosures and other hot-button issues Tuesday when he defends his nomination to lead the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The federal government said Monday that it is withdrawing a last-minute Trump administration environmental impact statement regarding a land swap for the Resolution Copper mine project in Arizona, only hours before its deadline to reply to an Apache nonprofit's emergency Ninth Circuit appeal.
An Atlanta federal judge will take senior status this spring to spend more time with her family, paving the way for a second new judge to be appointed by President Joe Biden in the Northern District of Georgia.
Roche Cyrulnik Freedman LLP, which was formed last year by former Boies Schiller Flexner LLP attorneys, has sued in New York federal court to oust one of the new firm's founding partners, whom it called "erratic," "bullying," "combative" and verbally abusive.
The Federal Circuit on Monday threw out U.S. District Judge Alan D. Albright's decision to exclude part of the testimony of an oil field operations patent holder's technical expert in an infringement suit, finding that the judge didn't adequately explain his reasoning.
Families separated under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy will be allowed to remain in the U.S. after reuniting as part of President Joe Biden's efforts to repair the immigration system, the secretary of homeland security announced Monday.