Loeb & Loeb LLP is hitting its lawyers and staff with temporary pay cuts of up to 20% as the firm grapples with ...(read more)
Massachusetts' high court on Friday made it easier for judges to free inmates who are awaiting trial, citing the "urgent and unprecedented" public health crisis prompted by the novel coronavirus.
A California federal judge ordered Lyft Inc. to provide detailed information about its efforts to help drivers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic Friday, a day after he called out the ride-hailing company's disregard for the law and questioned whether Lyft drivers were using the crisis "as a hook to get a court ruling."
Two pipeline companies clashed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in a pair of intertwined hearings before the D.C. Circuit Friday, as a three-judge panel heard appeals challenging a new FERC policy doing away with an income tax allowance for pipeline master limited partnerships, a key tax perk.
A private prison in Queens reported to a New York federal court on Friday that the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene effectively told it to stop testing inmates for COVID-19 despite confirmed cases at the facility.
A Seattle area nursing home at the epicenter of Washington's COVID-19 outbreak has been fined more than $600,000 by state and federal regulators, who found a litany of problems at the facility that contributed to dozens of cases there and led to nearly 40 deaths.
Employment in the legal industry dropped downward in March from a 10-year high in February, giving up the gains seen during the previous month as firms stare ahead at the potential impact of the novel coronavirus, according to U.S. Department of Labor data released Friday.
Movie theater chain AMC cannot subtract costs of showing films from its state franchise tax liabilities over two tax years because exhibiting the films didn’t constitute sales of tangible personal property, the Texas Supreme Court ruled Friday.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters AFL-CIO filed an unfair labor practices charge against Cort Business Services Corp. alleging the furniture rental giant fired 19 employees at a New Jersey warehouse because they complained about purported COVID-19 precaution shortfalls and were planning to unionize, the union said Thursday.
Tobacco companies including R.J. Reynolds hit the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with a Texas federal court suit Friday challenging the agency's new graphic cigarette warnings, saying that the “emotionally charged” required warnings violate the First Amendment.
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC confirmed on Friday that it was furloughing a portion of its administrative and support staff without pay as the Pittsburgh-based firm faces down the economic uncertainties of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.