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Chinese online delivery platform Dada Nexus Ltd. on Monday set a price range on an estimated $264 million initial public offering, undeterred by U.S. efforts to increase scrutiny of Chinese-based public companies amid escalating tension between the two countries.
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.
The Transportation Security Administration and the Drug Enforcement Administration told a Pennsylvania federal judge Friday that a father and daughter do not have legal standing to pursue a proposed class action challenging an alleged blanket policy to seize large amounts of cash found on air travelers.
A Second Circuit panel appeared skeptical Monday about whether the Trump administration was within its rights to implement a nearly 61% rollback of penalties for violations of motor vehicle average fuel economy standards.
Australian competition enforcers said Monday they are continuing to investigate an AU$60 million ($41.1 million) minority investment by Qantas in rival Alliance Airlines, despite upheaval in the airline industry being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.