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In this edition of Coronavirus Q&A, a Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC partner representing people who have suffered catastrophic injuries, who also serves as an advocate for trial attorneys, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected client intake and lobbying efforts.
Employers can block workers from urging colleagues to support a union during work hours, the National Labor Relations Board said in a precedent-shifting ruling that upheld a Wynn Las Vegas worker's writeup for promoting organizing on the clock.
A New Jersey federal judge tossed a proposed Dunkin' Donuts baking facility's antitrust lawsuit against a group of the brand's franchisees Sunday, ruling that the bakery couldn't back its claims that the stores monopolized the pastry-and-coffee-giant's market in the Garden State's southern region.
A Las Vegas casino and resort has sued its insurer, alleging that it wrongfully denied coverage for its COVID-19 pandemic losses and claiming that it should get up to $1.1 billion in reimbursement because damages from the "communicable disease" are covered under its policy.
A federal judge on Monday ordered the zoo at the center of Netflix's smash-hit documentary series "Tiger King" to vacate its Oklahoma property and hand over control to animal rights activist Carole Baskin and her Big Cat Rescue.