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PFAS Power Lawyers Steer Multibillion-Dollar Litigation Boom

Legions of lawyers are working behind the scenes on multibillion-dollar litigation over a class of human-made chemicals known as PFAS—a legal snarl so vast it’s drawn comparisons to the groundbreaking lawsuits against the tobacco industry.

Religious Requests at Work Poised for Conservative High Court

A conservative U.S. Supreme Court could soon take up cases that determine when employers can deny requests from religious workers, such as prayer breaks for Muslims, schedules built around the Sabbath, and dress code exceptions for facial hair or head scarves.

McKinsey, Jay Alix Continue to Battle Despite Deal With DOJ

McKinsey & Co. still faces a well-financed legal adversary committed to preventing its alleged abuse of the bankruptcy system after withdrawing its hotly-contested application to collect about $8 million as a restructuring adviser to Westmoreland Coal Co.

Covid ‘Long-Haulers’ and Their Lingering Medical Bills

The scale and newness of the Covid-19 pandemic presents new questions about what treatments insurers will cover and who, ultimately, will pay for what could be years of medical care.

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