The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention adopted the use of booster shots in the U.S. for people at high risk of contracting or falling seriously ill from Covid-19, overruling a narrower recommendation from the agency’s advisers and clearing the way for a widespread vaccination campaign.
One Big Law firm is about to get a pile of money from a contingency fee while another is experiencing an internal fight over one. The industry has a long, unfortunate history fighting over piles of cash generated by taking risks it usually avoids.
For months, we’ve been hearing about potential changes to the current tax laws. With so many moving parts, it can be confusing. From process to proposals, here’s what you need to know about the current tax proposals in Congress.
Federal courts are beginning to weigh Covid-19 as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, testing a legal gray area over whether workers who contract the illness are entitled to job discrimination protections.
Legislation that would require most U.S. businesses to offer their workers basic retirement benefits could add a new generation of first-time savers to the economy while forcing millions of small employers to navigate the costly world of benefits on their own.
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