Vibhu Varshney relocated from India to Tempe two years ago in part because of the quality of the computer science program at Arizona State University and in part because of the chance to train in Silicon Valley.
Three former Uber and Lyft drivers hit the state of New York with a suit alleging they were improperly denied unemployment benefits because they were misclassified by the state Department of Labor as independent contractors.
A New Jersey judge will be removed for repeated and serious misconduct, including asking a woman who complained of rape whether she’d tried to close her legs or otherwise resist the assault, the state supreme court said.
Over 1,700 Medicare prescription drugs and managed care plans have applied to participate in a Trump administration savings model that will mean seniors won’t have to pay more than $35 per month for insulin, the CMS announced Tuesday.
A $4 million tax refund belongs to a subsidiary after the Tenth Circuit took another look at the dispute following the demise of the “Bob Richards rule.”
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The economic fallout of the Covid-19 crisis has reached America's top grossing law firms. In this video, legal industry experts assess the impact on Big Law and what might happen if the crisis lingers.
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