Margrethe Vestager, the European Union competition chief, made a name for herself as Silicon Valley’s worst nightmare. But Apple Inc.'s court victory Tuesday risks leaving her crusade against unfair tax deals in tatters.
States and environmental coalitions are set to wage multiple challenges to President Donald Trump’s overhaul of federal requirements for environmental permitting, setting up long-term regulatory uncertainty and the potential for a checkerboard of rules across the country.
American health-care workers still face dangerous shortages of personal protective equipment as the uncontrolled spread of Covid-19 fills hospitals across the nation and threatens patients and workers in long-term care facilities.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner says it is shuttering its small Beijing office and cutting lawyers and staff in London, but also easing some of the salary reductions it adopted in May in response to the business uncertainty sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.
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