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The European Union's top court on Thursday invalidated the popular Privacy Shield tool used to transfer data across the Atlantic, but upheld the use of standard contractual clauses to legally move personal information outside the bloc.
A major Twitter hack on Wednesday affected a myriad of high-profile users including Joe Biden, Apple, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Uber and Kanye West, all of whom tweeted about a bitcoin scam before the posts were taken down by the social media giant.
A group of Deutsche Bank AG investors filed a suit in New Jersey federal court Wednesday that blames the German financial giant for a stock price slide spurred by recent revelations about the bank's failure to appropriately manage its dealings with alleged bad actors such as millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The trustee for George Floyd's family filed a suit in Minnesota federal court Wednesday against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and three others involved in Floyd's May killing, alleging they violated his constitutional rights and that the city of Minneapolis has a history of unconstitutional policing practices.
The late Steve Susman was as colorful as he was imposing in the world of trial lawyers. He founded the elite litigation boutique Susman Godfrey LLP and spoke with Law360 at length a few months before his death.
Ropes & Gray LLP has asked all its employees to remove TikTok from any device they use for work, as concern grows over whether operators of the social media app are snooping through users' clipboards, a source close to the firm confirmed Wednesday.
A group of 174 Indian nationals — including seven children — are challenging President Donald Trump's suspension of H-1B work visas and H-4 accompanying family member visas, claiming the rule contradicts the Immigration and Nationality Act and denies them equal protection.
A Virginia man who has been accused of squatting on trademarks for potential new names for the Washington NFL team has hired legal representation to begin negotiations over the marks, though his attorney says he does not plan to stand in the way of the team's rebranding.
The Trump administration on Wednesday finalized an overhaul of how federal agencies should conduct environmental reviews of major projects that's aimed at speeding up approvals of pipelines, roads and other infrastructure, but the move is certain to face legal challenges.
A Brooklyn federal judge excluded the public from a teleconference Wednesday in a case against two attorneys accused of firebombing a vacant New York Police Department vehicle during protests, following boisterous remote arraignments in which more than 300 supporters cried out to the defendants.
The biggest question for Miami's Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court's jury trial pilot program was whether a panel could even be seated as the COVID-19 pandemic bore down. The answer turned out to be yes, with a verdict rendered Tuesday in the first jury trial in Florida since March.
Rap group Migos filed a lawsuit Wednesday against their longtime lawyer Damien Granderson, accusing him and his firm of stealing millions of their earnings by taking excessive fees, failing to obtain written agreements and failing to disclose a conflict of interest over his representation of their music label.