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  1. January 05, 2024

    Biggest Personal Injury And Med Mal Court Decisions In 2023

    A U.S. Supreme Court ruling addressing states' jurisdiction over out-of-state companies and a key ruling in sprawling multidistrict litigation against Silicon Valley's biggest companies over social media addiction are among Law360's top personal injury and medical malpractice cases for 2023.

  2. July 05, 2023

    Top Personal Injury, Med Mal News: 2023 Midyear Report

    A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that sidestepped a potential landmine for internet companies over liability exposure for injury suits and an unprecedented sexual abuse verdict against former President Donald Trump are among Law360's top personal injury and medical malpractice cases for the first six months of 2023.

  3. May 18, 2023

    Big Tech Breathes Sigh Of Relief After Justices' Terror Rulings

    The U.S. Supreme Court's much-hyped chance to decide the scope of the immunity tech giants like Google and Twitter enjoy under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act fizzled out unceremoniously Thursday as the court decided not to address the question at all, restoring the status quo of broad protection for social media platforms.

  4. May 18, 2023

    High Court Blocks Claim Twitter Contributed To Terrorism

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday threw out a lawsuit saying Twitter violated the Anti-Terrorism Act by aiding and abetting the Islamic State group, saying the terrorism-related claim was not plausible, but did not decide the closely watched question of immunity for big tech companies under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

  5. February 22, 2023

    Justices Skeptical Of Twitter's Liability For Terrorism

    Several U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared doubtful Wednesday that Twitter can be held liable for "aiding and abetting" terrorist activity for not taking meaningful enough action to remove extremist content from its platform, but they struggled with how to define what constitutes such substantial assistance to terrorists. 

  6. February 17, 2023

    Up Next At High Court: Big Tech Goes To First Street

    This coming week, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider for the first time the broad legal protections that have shielded giant internet companies like Google and Facebook from lawsuits for years. Here, Law360 discusses the arguments and the high-powered attorneys that will square off in a pair of cases with massive implications for the future of the internet.

  7. January 26, 2023

    Deputy SG To Fight For Narrow BigTech Immunity In Top Court

    The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to let a top Biden administration attorney argue in favor of narrowing immunity for internet platforms like Google and Twitter in next month's blockbuster hearing on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, according to a Thursday order.

  8. January 19, 2023

    Army Generals Ask High Court to Keep Terror Aid Decision

    A group of retired U.S. Army generals urged the U.S. Supreme Court to affirm a lower court's ruling allowing liability claims related to a terrorist attack to proceed against Twitter, Facebook and Google, arguing that the companies should be held responsible for playing a central role in the Islamic State group's recruiting success.

  9. January 02, 2023

    Consumer Protection Policy and Cases To Watch In 2023

    The Federal Trade Commission's ambitious consumer protection rulemaking and enforcement efforts will continue to command the spotlight in 2023 along with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's challenge to a ruling that threatens to dismantle the agency's work and a looming U.S. Supreme Court decision that could spell the end of a long-standing Big Tech liability shield. 

  10. January 02, 2023

    7 Supreme Court Cases To Watch In 2023

    The new year brings a host of hot-button cases for the U.S. Supreme Court justices, who will tackle everything from President Joe Biden's student debt relief plan to Section 230 immunity for Big Tech companies over the next six months before the summer recess. Here, Law360 highlights the big-ticket items.