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SmileDirectClub To Wind Down After Sale Efforts Collapse
Teledentistry company SmileDirectClub Inc. will wind down its business, attorneys for the company told a Texas b...(read more)
Microsoft Faces UK Antitrust Probe Over OpenAI Board Seat
The U.K. antitrust authority said Friday that it is reviewing whether the decision by Microsoft to take a seat o...(read more)
Circuit-By-Circuit Guide To 2023's Most Memorable Moments
A former BigLaw partner in his 30s made history by joining a preeminent circuit court, a former BigLaw partner in his 50s made waves by leaving the largest circuit, and a former chemist in her 90s made enemies by resisting a probe on the most specialized circuit. That's a small sample of the intrigue that flourished in 2023 throughout the federal appellate system, where diversity bloomed and controversy abounded.
Disney Must Face Class Of 9K Women Alleging Pay Disparity
A California state judge on Friday certified a class of at least 8,900 women who say The Walt Disney Co. paid them less than their male colleagues, rejecting Disney's argument that the women failed to adequately identify "substantially similar" jobs performed by the men and women.
EU Policymakers Clear Way For Passing Of Landmark AI Act
European Union policymakers on Friday reached an agreement on rules that would put guardrails on businesses' use of artificial intelligence, removing the final major barrier to the bloc enacting the world's first comprehensive law to tackle the potential risks posed by AI systems.
WilmerHale Hired To Probe Sam Altman's Ouster From OpenAI
OpenAI announced Friday that it has tapped two experienced WilmerHale attorneys to conduct a review of the tumultuous period that saw Sam Altman leave the company as chief executive before being reinstated less than two weeks later.
New Drug Patent Proposal Sparks Worry Over Gov't Overstep
The Biden administration's proposal to seize drug patents if the prices of the medicines are deemed unreasonable is expected to face significant legal pushback, and the potential effects on the pharmaceutical industry may not be what the administration had in mind, experts say.
JPML Moves Actions On Ineffective Decongestants To NY
The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation has consolidated 10 suits accusing companies of making and selling over-the-counter cough and cold medicine that doesn't do anything, sending them to the Eastern District of New York and signaling that many more could follow.
Alex Jones Can Sell Guns, Cars, Boats, Jewelry In Ch. 11
A Texas bankruptcy court has given conspiracy theorist Alex Jones leave to sell almost 50 guns, two golf carts, jewelry, a cryogenic chamber and several boats to help fund his Chapter 11 case, as long as he individually runs every sale worth over $10,000 by his creditors.
SC Argues With 4th Circ. Over Right To Sue Under Medicaid
A recently decided U.S. Supreme Court case that tailored the test for when private lawsuits can be filed under a federal health law took center stage Friday at the Fourth Circuit, where judges grappled with whether they must rethink a previous ruling preventing South Carolina from dropping a Medicaid provider pact it had with Planned Parenthood.
GOP Sens Demand FDIC Chair Quit After Workplace Reports
The top Republican on the Senate banking committee and four other Republicans are calling on the chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to resign following news reports about a toxic culture at the agency.
DC Circ. Affirms $618M Arbitration Award Against Venezuela
The D.C. Circuit on Friday rejected efforts by Venezuela's interim government to overturn a more than $618 million arbitration award issued against the country, which had argued that an international tribunal wrongly excluded the Guaidó government from participating in the proceedings.
Meet The 'Gem' Atty Picked For Mass. Top Court
Massachusetts high court nominee Elizabeth "Bessie" Dewar was lauded Friday by those who know her as someone who combines a sharp analytical mind with a deep concern for the effect of the law on people's daily lives.
FTC Wants More Info On Chevron's $53B Hess Deal
The Federal Trade Commission has deepened its probe of a second megadeal in the oil and gas industry, asking for more information about Chevron's planned $53 billion purchase of Hess Corp., the companies said Friday.
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