An Israeli company won’t get a new trial after Amazon.com Inc. beat claims it infringed voice shopping patents, with a West Texas judge saying he was “extremely offended” by allegations Amazon swayed jurors by playing on Jewish stereotypes.
Conflicting court rulings about Covid-19 vaccine mandates for health-care workers in Maine and New York could lead the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider its stance on what freedom of religion means for employees.
Activision Blizzard Inc. petitioned a California court to temporarily halt an ongoing sexual harassment and discrimination case, asking for time to investigate ethics allegations against the state anti-bias agency that sued the company.
The Las Vegas Raiders have hired Kevin Manara, a longtime in-house lawyer for the National Football League, as the team’s new general counsel while it seeks a contract settlement with former head coach Jon Gruden.
Four managers of a Dallas-area real estate investment trust were charged by federal prosecutors with conspiring to defraud banks and improperly using investor money to plug cash shortfalls, according to an indictment filed in federal court in Texas.
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