Small business attorneys fear a wave of loan defaults and bankruptcies linked to SBA-backed loans given to growing businesses before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lawmakers are banking on the House to pass a major infrastructure bill Thursday that would reauthorize expiring surface transportation programs and avert thousands of furloughs and halted payments.
The federal judiciary could keep running for two weeks in the event that Congress does not come to an agreement on a continuing resolution to keep the U.S. government running by Oct. 1.
The co-owner of a marketing firm urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision that upheld a $114 million False Claims Act verdict in a kickback scheme to defraud Medicare involving unnecessary blood-test orders.
Smartmatic Corp., a voting technology company caught up in litigation over the 2020 U.S. presidential election, has parted ways with two top in-house lawyers and installed a new legal chief.
About 2% of California bar exam takers lost time or content from online technical glitches in July, according to the state’s overseer of the tests.
A look at the wave of litigation, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision not to block Texas’s new abortion law, is discussed on this episode of On The Merits.