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This month, members of Congress have introduced bills that would codify protections for pregnant women in immigrant detention and revamp agricultural visa options, while a Nebraska law now in effect offers new legal recourse to neglected immigrant minors. Here, Law360 examines these latest legislative developments.
The active ingredient in Monsanto's weed killers caused a retired groundskeeper's non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the former medical director of the University of Chicago's cancer center testified Friday during a first-of-its-kind California jury trial on whether the company should have warned consumers about its pesticides' cancer risks.
In Law360's latest roundup of new actions at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, Apple files a slew of new cases in a single week, Stone Brewing picks another fight with an alcohol giant, and T-Mobile says a rival "T" logo is confusingly similar to its own.
A Pennsylvania state appeals panel on Thursday affirmed dismissal of a suit alleging ice company Arctic Glacier USA fired a worker after reneging on a promise to give him time to pass a drug test, saying he botched transferring his wrongful termination claim from federal court.
In the year since a Florida federal judge became the first to find that a company’s website violated a visually impaired customer’s rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the ruling has been both an inspiration and “bully stick," spurring a surge in litigation that attorneys say could wind up in the U.S. Supreme Court.