Attorneys for Amazon.com Inc. and the parent of an injured girl sparred at the Fifth Circuit Thursday over the relevance of a Texas auction case to Amazon’s potential liability for a product sold on its web marketplace.
A panel of federal judges zeroed in on a potential location in assessing whether to consolidate travelers’ lawsuits against an Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. unit for insurance coverage of pandemic-disrupted trips.
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland faced skeptical questioning from a panel of federal judges considering whether to revive a lawsuit that challenges a U.S. cap on individual deductions for state and local taxes.
Black farmers and other agriculture producers struggling with property ownership rules that have contributed significantly to their loss of land now want President-elect Joe Biden’s Agriculture Department to help them find ways to hold onto their farms.
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