President Joe Biden will require federal workers to prove they’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19 or wear masks and submit to frequent coronavirus testing as the highly contagious delta variant is causing cases to spike in the U.S.
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.
The cryptocurrency boom that’s elevated a few lucky at-home investors into overnight millionaires should be used to shore up workers’ retirement savings, say advocates of getting digital money into employer-sponsored 401(k)s.
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.
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