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Mass Telework Sparks Debate Over Work-From-Home Options

Private sector employers are being forced to confront a long-deferred question: will they retain this large-scale remote workforce flexibility or push to re-establish a status quo long perceived as integral to corporate culture?

EPA Must Review N.Y., N.J. Push to Limit Drifting Pollution

The Environmental Protection Agency failed to explain the “convoluted” and “seemingly unworkable” demands it expected from New York when it denied the state’s petition to act on pollution coming from nine upwind states, the D.C. Circuit said Tuesday.

24 Hour Fitness Bankruptcy Loan Request Delayed Over Shutdown

A bankruptcy judge delayed issuing a decision on 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide Inc.'s approval request for a $250 million bankruptcy loan, expressing concern that the gym operator may not be able to sustain a sufficient revenue stream after California’s latest business shutdown order in response to Covid-19.

Teva Picked as Bellwether Target in Generic Drug Price-Fix Case

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. will be the focus of the first trial over an alleged “overarching” industrywide conspiracy to fix generic prices, while bellwether trials over schemes to fix three specific drug prices advance on a separate track, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

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Telehealth Is Booming During Covid. Is it Here to Stay?

Millions of Americans have taken advantage of telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, so why has it taken so long for widespread adoption?

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