A handful of plaintiffs’ firms have filed more than 100 lawsuits against Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. since May to hold them responsible for alleged driver assaults on passengers, the latest litigation wave that adds to growing pressure on the ride-hail giants to ensure rider safety.
After working together for more than a year to promote worker safety during the pandemic, organized labor leaders increasingly are divided over vaccine mandates aimed at stopping a new and potentially more deadly coronavirus strain from ravaging the U.S. workforce.
Activision Blizzard Inc., a video game maker coping with an employee revolt over claims of sexual harassment and discrimination, has hired Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr to investigate its corporate culture.
A bill from Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) to amend the False Claims Act addresses his longtime frustration with government fraud lawsuits that get dismissed because contractors assert that agencies paid for products and services despite knowing about misconduct.
The fight in Congress over confirming Tracy Stone-Manning as director of the Bureau of Land Management has become one of the Biden administration’s most contentious nomination battles in its first seven months.
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