Not everyone’s a winner in Elon Musk’s decision to go through with the Twitter Inc. deal. Consider the dozens of lawyers who were preparing to spar at a trial over whether the world’s richest person could walk away from the buyout—and stood to earn millions of dollars doing it.
Companies creating lab-grown steak, chicken, and fish see a recent White House announcement as a signal that meat grown without animal slaughter is on the cusp of being legally sold and eaten in the US.
A medical sterilizer plant’s multi-million dollar loss in court over the carcinogenic effects of ethylene oxide sets the stage for an influx of similar cases and puts EPA actions on the potentially cancerous chemical under scrutiny.
Companies face growing risks for age-bias lawsuits in their pursuit of younger hires, in no small part due to language they use in recruitment that plaintiffs can construe as discriminatory even when it’s “coded.”
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson invoked the original meaning of the US Constitution in her first days of Supreme Court arguments, suggesting that she’s willing to engage with a constitutional doctrine traditionally associated with conservatives.
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.
Clarence Thomas & Oral Arguments: Taciturn to Talkative
Steven Davis and the Rise and Fall of Dewey & LeBoeuf
Union Busting: What Employers Can and Cannot Legally Do