States will have less time to try to block infrastructure projects requiring federal licenses—including oil and natural gas pipelines—solely over water quality concerns under a final EPA rule released Monday.
The family of Kenneth Chamberlain, Sr., a black man killed in his White Plains, N.Y. apartment during a police incident in 2011, can take their claims of excessive police force to a jury, the Second Circuit said Monday.
Psychological distress triggered by the coronavirus pandemic could force employers to address the legally murky area of whether leave is a reasonable accommodation.
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