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Valve Corp. Can Arbitrate Consumer Claims Over Steam Platform

Valve Corp. can compel arbitration of consumer antitrust claims over its “Steam” distribution platform for computer and video games, but in the meantime the company must still litigate a parallel proposed class action on behalf of software developers, a federal judge in Seattle ruled Monday.

Inovalon Sued Over Stock Structure Before $7 Billion Buyout Deal

A pension fund sued Inovalon Holdings Inc. and its board in Delaware, claiming the health technology company’s planned $7.3 billion buyout by a private equity consortium will be “tainted"—unless it’s restructured—by investor votes that violate its charter.

Rite Aid Resolves Wage Suit Over Clothing Policy For $12 Million

Rite Aid Corp. agreed to pay $12 million to 25,000 retail employees in California to resolve a class action over its Team Colors policy, which required them to buy and wear navy blue tops and khaki pants to work, according to a new motion for preliminary settlement approval.

GM Says Non-Ownership of Vehicle Dooms Yukon Tail Lamp Suit

A woman’s proposed class action over alleged tail light flaws in certain GMC Yukon vehicles “has an insurmountable defect: she never purchased, leased, or owned any of the vehicles in her class definition,” General Motors LLC said in a federal court filing.

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Coronavirus Is Taking Its Toll On Big Law

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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