Overworked women lawyers experience more mental health problems and engage in high-risk drinking at a greater rate than male colleagues, a survey of nearly 3,000 attorneys in California and the District of Columbia found.
Covid-19 vaccine developers will get a word with the Biden administration before it signs off on a controversial plan to waive their coveted intellectual property rights, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said.
Wells Fargo & Co. must face a proposed class action challenging the affiliated funds in its $40 billion 401(k) plan after a Minnesota federal judge on Wednesday ruled that plan participants provided meaningful benchmarks showing how the banking giant favored its own funds over cheaper and better-performing alternatives.
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