3M Co. says it plans to appeal a Florida federal court jury’s $110 million award to two veterans in the eleventh test trial over combat earplugs that service members say were defective and caused hearing loss.
Justice Stephen Breyer announced he’ll leave the U.S. Supreme Court as its conservative majority is poised to strengthen a judicial doctrine that he had an unwitting hand in developing and has criticized as an improper limit to agency regulations.
Wedding dress designer Hayley Paige Gutman and her former company, JLM Couture Inc., disagree over how and when a Second Circuit axing of an order to transfer an Instagram account should be enforced, raising intriguing procedural questions.
The Energy Department plans to leverage much of its $62 billion in infrastructure funding to benefit low-income and minority communities, while environmental justice advocates see a need for wholesale changes in funding distribution to get dollars to the intended places.
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