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NCAA athletes on Friday blasted the association's rules limiting athlete compensation in written closing arguments of a landmark antitrust trial, arguing that fans won't stop watching college sports if athletes are paid and amateurism is an "economically invalid" myth.
Goodwin Procter LLP has added two former Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP attorneys as partners to its technology companies practice in San Francisco, the firm has announced.
President Donald Trump on Friday directed two federal agencies to look for ways to make it easier for developers to complete water infrastructure projects in California, Washington and Oregon, including streamlining procedures that are in place to protect the environment and endangered species.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau urged the Ninth Circuit on Friday to reverse a lower court order and force CashCall Inc. to cough up more than $200 million for bilking consumers on high-interest payday loans, saying the company escaped with just a $10 million fine because a federal judge wrongly decided the company didn't have to pay restitution.
A putative class of beneficiaries of Chevron's employee retirement plan asked the Ninth Circuit on Friday to revive their claims the company breached its fiduciary duties when it made high-cost and poor-performing investments, saying they had plausibly alleged that Chevron's money management process was flawed.