U.S. antitrust enforcers sued American Airlines Group Inc. and JetBlue Airways Corp. to unwind their agreement to coordinate flights in the U.S. Northeast, saying the pact violates antitrust laws by eliminating competition between them.
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s chief legal officer Claire Hart has left the company as its corporate parent Activision Blizzard Inc. faces scrutiny over accusations of sexual harassment and discrimination.
The Biden administration has pulled back from working on new rules that would allow employers’ retirement plans to make contributions to retirement savings plans based on their workers’ student loan payments.
Notoriously risk-adverse Big Law firms are building cannabis practice groups as a rising number of states legalize recreational and medicinal use, even though the drug remains largely banned under federal law.
The Biden administration’s approach to bring down drug costs by challenging aspects of the U.S. patent system lines up with a push from Democrats and Republicans in Congress, but skeptics say it’s looking in the wrong direction.
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