The Federal Circuit rejected Google LLC’s bid to move a patent infringement case over its YouTube service from East Texas.
A nationwide phone outage that struck federal courts has impacted some case proceedings, according to judges and the agency that oversees operations.
When a Covid-19 vaccine becomes widely available, OSHA could turn to part of a 50-year-old federal law to encourage employers to offer inoculations to workers, attorneys say.
Seyfarth Shaw and Littler Mendelson are rolling back pay cuts announced months ago because of business uncertainties stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bankrupt gym operator 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide Inc. got court approval to offer bonuses to high-performing managers and employees after reducing the awards by about $4.5 million to address government and creditor concerns.
The Trump administration’s expansion of tariffs on Chinese goods has drawn a flurry of challenges from domestic importers at the U.S. Court of International Trade.
Apple Inc. wants the Federal Circuit to stop the Western District of Texas from allowing “unabashed forum- and judge-shopping” in patent disputes, in a case set for argument Sept. 22.