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The Ninth Circuit on Friday overturned a lower court and said there were problems with the population analysis and other components of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision not to list the arctic grayling — a fish with a body similar to a trout — under the Endangered Species Act.
Five states challenging Trump administration rules exempting employers from providing health care coverage for birth control due to moral or religious objections said the Ninth Circuit could uphold a nationwide injunction on the policy, arguing a recent ruling ending a national bar on the president's sanctuary city policy didn't mean all broad injunctions must be scrapped.
The California Supreme Court’s recent ruling that it’s possible for the interest rate on a consumer loan of more than a certain dollar amount in the state to be declared "unconscionable" could wind up being a headache for nonbank lenders operating under California law, attorneys told Law360.
Iconic video game company Atari accused an online T-shirt retailer of selling shirts and other merchandise bearing counterfeit Atari logos not authorized by the company, according to an intellectual property suit filed Wednesday in California federal court.
A California federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to temporarily halt deportation of immigrant children after they were reunited with their families, allowing the families time to pursue their asylum claims first.