Longtime Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg pleaded guilty to tax fraud charges, the latest blow to former President Donald Trump in a fraught few weeks that have seen fresh legal peril emerge from several directions.
Penguin Random House LLC must refrain from using certain economic data to justify its $2.18 billion acquisition of Simon & Schuster Inc., after a federal judge threw out defense testimony in the trial over the deal.
Endo International Plc’s bankruptcy filing this week follows other big pharma companies into Chapter 11 to manage liability from the nation’s opioid crisis, but contains some key distinctions from notable mass tort litigation bankruptcies that have come before it.
Is the IRS raising an army? Are armed IRS agents heading your way? Like all rumors, these started with a grain of truth. Here’s what you need to know about IRS funding, criminal investigations, and who, exactly, will be carrying a gun.
California is poised to enact a new method of boosting pay and improving job conditions for fast-food workers, and in the meantime has the potential to nudge European-style sectoral bargaining—or something like it—closer to playing a meaningful role in the US labor market.
Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court
Did Andy Warhol violate copyright law when he used a photo of Prince as source material? We explore the case, and the key consideration of "transformative use" in this video.
Steven Davis and the Rise and Fall of Dewey & LeBoeuf
Will the Global Minimum Tax End the Race to the Bottom?
Legally Rigging Elections: Redistricting, a Brief History