The Coca-Cola Co. announced Wednesday that it is moving legal chief Bradley Gayton to a “strategic consultant” role less than a year after he joined the company and promoting in-house lawyer Monica Howard Douglas to general counsel.
The U.S. Supreme Court wrestled with whether to alter a legal doctrine barring an inventor from challenging a patent on an invention assigned to another party, during oral argument in its review of a Federal Circuit decision.
From the beginning of the prosecution of the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd, defense lawyer Eric Nelson laid out numerous paths to appeal the conviction—from the viral nature of the video of Floyd’s death to comments by a member of Congress as the case went to the jury.
Jessica Looman spent her first three months as President Joe Biden’s top wage regulator erasing Trump-era rules, but she says the flurry of activity hasn’t prevented a forward-looking enforcement agenda.
The HHS on Wednesday rescinded a Trump-era rule that would have made it more difficult for people who suffer shoulder injuries or faint after vaccination to get compensated.
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