Joe Biden signed legislation imposing a deal he negotiated between freight railroads and organized labor, averting a possible strike but risking a divide with rank-and-file union workers who opposed the settlement.
California courts, counsel, and clients benefited from remote access technology that was ramped up during pandemic-prompted shutdowns, and that access should be expanded, a report sent to lawmakers Friday said.
Alan Dershowitz and other counsel for failed Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake were sanctioned for making false and unsupported assertions in a lawsuit seeking to change the state’s voting mechanisms ahead of the 2022 election.
The fate of grocery store workers is emerging as a pivotal factor in the Federal Trade Commission’s impending decision on whether to sue to block The Kroger Co. ‘s $24.6 billion acquisition of Albertsons Cos.
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