Federal agencies appear on track to issue at least a dozen high-priority regulations by the end of 2020, racing to enact President Donald Trump’s agenda in the waning days of what may—or may not—be his sole term in office.
Federal judges sought to pinpoint any common factors among businesses’ lawsuits against their insurance companies for Covid-19 business interruption coverage, considering whether case consolidation could speed up resolutions.
Investors who profited in good faith from Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme must return millions they received in excess of their principal, the Second Circuit ruled, affirming judgments allowing the firm’s liquidating trustee to claw back the funds.
California enacted a slate of new laws on worker classification, Covid-19, family leave, and court issues that will affect how employment lawyers advise their clients on workplace compliance and litigate disputes.
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