President Joe Biden unveiled immediate plans Wednesday to unwind the Trump administration's energy and environme...(read more)
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The Biden administration moved Wednesday to institute a broad "regulatory freeze" on last-minute rules issued by the Trump administration, directing agencies across the federal government to withdraw or delay action on potentially dozens of regulations.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Wednesday approved a second interim settlement allowing Hertz to dispose of roughly 120,000 lease vehicles in exchange for paying noteholders $756 million over the next nine months, resolving for now a hotly contested legal battle over whether Hertz can sever vehicle leases subject to a master lease.
Former President Donald Trump’s eleventh-hour pardon of Anthony Levandowski comes at the end of more than four years of proceedings that almost put the former Uber Technologies executive behind bars for stealing Google’s trade secrets. Here, Law360 walks through the timeline from Levandowski leaving Google to his pardon.
China on Wednesday unveiled sanctions against 28 former Trump administration officials, including former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, saying they have "offended the Chinese people and seriously disrupted China-U.S. relations."
On his way out the door, outgoing President Donald Trump issued a final 144 pardons and commutations, including to celebrities such as Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, as well as a host of attorneys and former attorneys.
Forcing an accountant to argue her challenge about the constitutionality of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's administrative law judges in front of the same ALJ that heard her case is "disturbing and illogical," the full Fifth Circuit heard on Wednesday.
Newly sworn-in President Joseph Biden on Wednesday signed an executive order canceling the presidential permit for the Keystone XL pipeline as part of his ambitious first-day agenda to tackle climate change.
The Texas bankruptcy judge presiding over the Chapter 11 case of the National Rifle Association asked the parties Wednesday to lower the temperature surrounding the case following several heated press statements leading up to the first-day hearing.
The Biden administration is considering rolling back a Trump administration rule that made it harder for pension plans and 401(k) plans to push workers' savings toward socially conscious investments, the White House indicated Wednesday in an executive order.
President Joe Biden made good on a threat to fire National Labor Relations Board general counsel Peter Robb Wednesday after the board's top prosecutor rebuffed an earlier request to resign, the White House said.
Tyson Foods has settled with three proposed classes of consumers in a long-running multidistrict litigation over alleged price-fixing in the broiler chicken industry for $221.5 million, the company disclosed in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Tuesday.
A New York bankruptcy judge Wednesday gave Purdue Pharma and two of its creditor committees permission to file joint actions seeking coverage from the drugmaker's insurance carriers as the company said it is close to filing a Chapter 11 plan.