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A Microsoft unit that provides hosting for software development is being targeted by a Luxembourg company for information to help it fend off arbitration initiated by the founder of Hungerstation, Saudi Arabia's largest food delivery app, over control of the company.
An outpatient center told the Seventh Circuit Tuesday that the court doesn't have jurisdiction to revive its claims against a hospital chain it accuses of negotiating insurance contracts that cut competitors out of insurance networks, saying the matter must be sent back to the district court for a new summary judgment decision.
The National Labor Relations Board has reversed an administrative law judge's finding that a gaming technology company's separation agreements ran afoul of federal labor law, with one member dissenting and saying that the board's decision "only makes bad law worse."
A Texas personal injury firm has resolved a dispute with a former attorney it accused of poaching 50 mass tort litigation clients after she was fired for what the firm says was bad performance, just weeks after the fight hit the courts.
Although there has not yet been a decision on the merits, a wave of COVID-19 litigation concerning force majeure, impossibility and frustration of purpose in New York indicates that using pandemic-related excuses to avoid contractual obligations may be limited, says Seth Kruglak at Norton Rose.