The Frantic Push to Solve Sovereign Debt Crises Irks Wall Street
A shakeup is brewing in the
Republicans see the debt limit debate as a way to get stricter work rules for government food aid programs — a longtime conservative aim.
Maryland’s largest public school system was sued Wednesday by parents who want their children excused from instruction with books that have LGBTQ+ themes, saying the “forced inculcation” violates their rights to freely exercise their religion and direct their children’s religious upbringing.
Employers may be compelled to rethink how they use AI tools to make workplace decisions after new EEOC guidance clarified that they can be held liable for biased effects of the software’s use.
Bills requiring salary ranges in job postings have become a priority for several state legislatures, most recently Illinois, adding to the variety of pay transparency rules employers must learn to navigate nationwide.
A shakeup is brewing in the
A newly enacted Texas law bans employers from discriminating against workers for hairstyles and textures commonly associated with race, giving CROWN Act supporters a major win in the nation’s most populous red state.
The US is becoming increasingly split between high-priced cities where the rich and powerful congregate and more affordable locales that offer
MGA Entertainment Inc.'s line of L.O.L. Suprise! OMG Dolls didn’t rip off former teen pop group OMG Girlz’s names and likenesses, a Los Angeles jury concluded in a case that’s involved a mistrial, allegations of racism, and calls to sanction attorneys.
South Carolina’s latest restrictions on abortion were blocked Friday, just one day after taking effect.
A proposal to enforce stricter regulations on the way pharmaceutical companies label drugs and set prices in Medicaid’s drug rebate program aims to clarify the impact of litigation in a drug misclassification case involving Mylan Inc.'s EpiPen, attorneys say.
While artificial intelligence is seeding upheaval across the workforce, from screenwriters to financial advisors, the technology will disproportionately replace jobs typically held by women, according to human resources analytics firm Revelio Labs.
Three former Highland Community College women’s basketball coaches agreed to dismiss their racial discrimination and retaliation suit against the school and its board of trustees.
A group of states told a federal appeals court that governments can lawfully refuse to pay for gender-affirming care because the treatments are experimental and not widely accepted.
A former Analog Devices, Inc. worker who alleged a hostile work environment can proceed to a trial on her gender discrimination and retaliation claims, the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania ruled.
How do states legally get around the federal ban on cannabis, and what unique legal challenges do attorneys and businesses in the marijuana industry face?
Soon after Russia invaded Ukraine, the US and its allies froze an estimated $300 billion in Russian central bank assets that were being held in non-Russian financial institutions. Sanctions imposed on prominent Russian individuals have frozen an additional estimated $58 billion in assets, including homes, yachts and private aircraft.
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The Republican-dominated Texas House of Representatives is scheduled to consider articles of impeachment against Attorney General
The US Patent and Trademark Office’s decision that a LegalForce trademark attorney violated the agency’s rules of professional conduct was upheld by a Virgina federal judge who denied the attorneys’ attempt to fight the decision.
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