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  • July 23, 2024

    Construction Co. Protests Union Clause In Army Corps Deal

    Hensel Phelps Construction Co. has protested over terms of an Army Corps of Engineers construction contract requiring bidders to enter into a project labor agreement, mandated by regulation, saying the PLA requirement violates a competitive contracting law.

  • July 23, 2024

    Aviation Co. Sheds Claims In Conn. Cessna Crash Suit

    A Connecticut state court judge has struck numerous product liability claims against two individuals and Interstate Aviation Inc., a Plainville company that employed the pilots of a Cessna that crashed into a factory in 2021, but kept alive the same allegations against the Florida company that owned the plane and arranged the flight.

  • July 23, 2024

    Tesla Crash Victim's Parents Urge Fla. Top Court To Allow Depos

    The father of a Florida teenager killed in a Tesla Model S crash in 2018 has urged the state's high court to review a lower court's orders quashing depositions of company CEO Elon Musk and another executive, saying the orders directly conflict with Florida case law.

  • July 23, 2024

    Red States Seek High Court Stay Of EPA Power Plant Rule

    Dozens of red states Tuesday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to block implementation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's rule curbing greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, four days after the D.C. Circuit rejected a stay request.

  • July 23, 2024

    Fiat Chrysler Escapes Damages, But Defect Finding Stands

    Fiat Chrysler doesn't owe anything to consumers who sued it over allegedly faulty automatic head restraints in its vehicles, a Florida federal judge ruled, affirming a Fort Lauderdale jury's determination, but he declined to give the automaker a total win because it did violate the state's unfair trade law.

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