Many people have lost jobs due to the pandemic. Some are suing their former employers.
Congressional Republicans want schools and businesses to be protected from lawsuits.
Election certification happens after every general election. This year, it’s looking to be costly.
Some laws make it hard to hold companies accountable, but some lawyers are willing to take a chance.
The practice of advancing portions of expected personal injury settlements to plaintiffs draws scrutiny from states.
We spoke with one of the co-founders of SCOTUSblog about the implications of the ruling.
The United States Supreme Court handed down several rulings today — one in particular has a pretty good chance of affecting you. The court said today that employers can indeed force employees into individual arbitration to resolve workplace disputes. Specifically, arbitration agreements that bar employees from participating in class-action lawsuits. Workers’ rights group say the […]
This week, Montana and New York made moves to counter the federal repeal of net neutrality that the Federal Communications Commission enacted last month. And so far 21 states and the District of Columbia have sued to overturn the FCC decision. What will these legal battles look like? Click the audio player above to hear […]