President Donald Trump’s reported front-runner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg has reignited a long-running debate over whether religious judges can keep their faith separate from their rulings, and if that’s a valid litmus test for nominees.
Businesses will gain a simpler framework for classifying workers as independent contractors under a high-stakes regulatory proposal the Labor Department released, representing the Trump administration’s response to blue-state efforts to expand the scope of employee status.
Two Federal Circuit judges hammered Apple Inc. and Uniloc with questions at oral argument on Tuesday over whether a patent infringement suit against the tech giant should have been moved out of the Western District of Texas.
The EPA won’t have unlimited leeway to rewrite a rule to tackle upwind sources of air pollution as it responds to a lower court ruling, despite the discretion the U.S. Supreme Court gave the agency six years ago, attorneys say.
The World Economic Forum released a set of 21 sustainability metrics Tuesday along with guidelines that call for companies to move details about their environmental, social, and governance impacts into the pages of their annual financial reports.
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