President Joe Biden visited the US Supreme Court for the first time since it eliminated the constitutional right to abortion as he joined Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson for her formal investiture ceremony in advance of what is likely to a divisive new high court term.
The Justice Department failed to convince the Third Circuit to pause the closing of US Sugar Corp.'s $315 million acquisition of rival Imperial Sugar prior to hearing the full appeal of a lower court decision that approved the deal.
Energy drink maker Monster Energy Co. was awarded $293 million in damages by a California federal jury in a false advertising and trade secrets case against the maker of Bang Energy and its CEO Jack Owoc over the drink’s “super creatine” branding—with the potential for more to come.
The future of federal jurisdiction over waters and wetlands under the Clean Water Act hinges on a watershed US Supreme Court case scheduled for oral arguments Monday—the first case on the high court’s fall docket.
A growing number of immigrant workers already beset by government backlogs now face an additional hurdle—their applications at US consulates and embassies are being put on hold pending further review from the State Department.
Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court
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