Senators Propose Guardianship ‘Bill of Rights’ to Limit Abuse
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) proposed legislation Thursday he said will help eliminate guardianship abuses by seeking alternatives to the restrictive process now in place, targeting a system marked by scant scrutiny and widespread fraud.
TikTok Outrage Mounts But US Online Privacy Law Still Elusive
The US is no closer to a federal privacy standard than it ever was, despite more than two decades of bipartisan policymaking efforts and a rare consensus among tech companies, advertisers, and consumer advocates that one is needed.
Apple Gets Path to Escape $503 Million Patent Infringement Award
McDonald’s No-Poach Case Tests Reach of Modern Antitrust Law
Business Groups Opting Out of Su’s DOL Fight Ahead of Hearing
Prominent trade groups that have joined past lobbying efforts against nominees they view as anti-business are sitting out of a budding opposition campaign against Julie Su’s nomination to lead the US Department of Labor.
Multidistrict Litigation Rules Proposal Gets Chilly Reception
A proposed rule change for multidistrict litigation management has opened to weak reviews: Plaintiffs’ attorneys who oversee those cases said they don’t see a need for new management and organization rules, because judges already have tools to keep mass litigation in check, and others say the proposal doesn’t address real problems.