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  • May 28, 2020

    Ex-Cafe Worker Must Fix $3.2M Deal In Biometric Data Case

    An Illinois federal judge on Thursday rejected a former cafe employee's proposed $3.2 million settlement she'd hoped would end her proposed class action alleging Corner Bakery Cafe misused its employees' biometric data, ruling that it wrongly limits class members' ability to object to the deal or appeal.

  • May 28, 2020

    Express Scripts Loses Bid To Probe Emails In Antitrust Case

    Express Scripts Inc. may not use an "overbroad" discovery request to dig through years of emails belonging to a consultant for an Illinois city that filed a proposed class action over drugmaker Mallinckrodt's purported scheme to drive up the cost of a hormone treatment, an Illinois federal judge has ruled.

  • May 28, 2020

    Insurer Tells 7th Circ. Coverage Doesn't Apply In Injury Suit

    Columbia Insurance Group Inc. told the Seventh Circuit Thursday that a lower court incorrectly found it had a duty to defend two property companies as additional insureds in a man's lawsuit over injuries he suffered at work.  

  • May 28, 2020

    House Dems Ask FTC To Probe TikTok Over Kids' Privacy Deal

    More than a dozen U.S. House Democrats are pushing the Federal Trade Commission to look into allegations that TikTok blatantly disregarded a deal with the agency that required it to bolster its privacy protections for children, joining a chorus of advocacy groups and other lawmakers who have raised questions about the popular video-sharing app's collection and use of personal data. 

  • May 28, 2020

    Poultry Cos. Say Crisis Response First, Price-Fix Depos Later

    Chicken producers facing allegations of a sweeping price-fixing conspiracy have pushed back on poultry buyers' bid to get some depositions back underway, arguing they can't adequately prepare witnesses while straining to brace a food supply chain rocked by the pandemic.

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