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House lawmakers approved a $1.9 trillion package of economic incentives designed to combat the coronavirus pandemic early Saturday, but its fate is uncertain in the Senate, where bipartisan objections to raising the minimum wage could derail the legislation.
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay an additional $70 million to resolve claims from thousands of mortgage consultants alleging the bank stiffed them by clawing back hourly wages and vacation time from their earned sales commissions, adding to the $25 million it has already paid, the workers told a California federal judge Friday.
A philanthropist couple did "not come close" to proving that a Fidelity-affiliated donor-advised fund sponsor violated a standard of care in the liquidation of their $100 million stock donation, a California federal magistrate judge ruled Friday, roughly four months after presiding over a liability bench trial on the matter.
An "extreme" poison pill anti-takeover measure adopted by pipeline giant The Williams Cos. last year was struck down by Delaware's Chancery Court on Friday, with a vice chancellor finding that directors failed to show the measure was a reasonable response to a specific concern.
The First Circuit on Friday affirmed the convictions of three former employees of a defunct Massachusetts pharmacy that created and shipped contaminated steroids that led to a deadly nationwide meningitis outbreak in 2012.
The Ninth Circuit on Friday partially revived lawsuits brought by attorneys challenging the Oregon State Bar's membership fee requirements, finding that neither the U.S. Supreme Court nor the circuit itself has yet addressed if the First Amendment tolerates mandatory bar memberships.
The Second Circuit ruled Friday it won't block the company behind the iconic Woodstock music festival from selling marijuana products, shutting down a challenge from a rival company that claimed it owned the rights to Woodstock-branded pot.
Western District of Texas Judge Alan D. Albright says he made huge upgrades to technology in his Waco courtroom ahead of the trial he's currently presiding over, a computer chip patent dispute between patent holder VLSI Technology LLC and Intel Corp.
Robinhood disclosed Friday that it may face at least $26.6 million in costs to settle investigations from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority into service outages the trading platform experienced last year and its management of options trading.
Airlines will face stiffer headwinds navigating various state rules on flight crew hours now that the Ninth Circuit has upheld California's meal and rest break regulations, finding they don't interfere with federal aviation safety regulations and therefore still apply to flight attendants, even those mostly working out-of-state.
A California federal judge on Friday praised a $650 million settlement resolving claims that Facebook's facial recognition technology violated Illinois users' biometric privacy rights, calling it a "landmark result," but he trimmed the $110 million requested attorney fees to $97.5 million.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to tackle legal questions with major consequences for the patent world and voting rights this week as it heads into the final action-packed months of its term.