A Labor Department rule on fluctuating schedules set to take effect in July could cut overtime pay for first responders in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a national union that represents firefighters and emergency medical technicians.
A University of Southern California football player who was expelled for domestic violence will be reinstated after a California appeals court found he was denied the right to a live evidentiary hearing where he could cross-examine witnesses.
Carvana Co.'s controlling family was hit with a Delaware lawsuit claiming its members used coronavirus fears to buy up shares at “bargain basement” prices when they knew from inside information that the online used car platform was weathering the pandemic well.
It’s time for the justices to buckle down, with approximately two dozen cases outstanding and the end of the term approaching.
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