Uber Notches Partial Win in California PAGA Arbitration Dispute
Trump Predicts ‘Death and Destruction’ If He’s Indicted (2)
Washington Notice Rule Clarified in Suits Against Government
Washington’s rule requiring parties to file notice before suing state or local governments applies when the defendant is a government employee sued in their individual capacity, a divided state supreme court ruled.
FCC’s Universal Service Fund Survives Constitutional Challenge
The Federal Communications Commission can continue relying on a private entity to determine how to charge fees to telecommunications companies, after the Fifth Circuit dismissed a constitutional challenge Friday.
After Rebuke, NY Governor Gets Second Go at Top State Judge Pick
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has 30 days to pick a nominee to lead the state’s highest court, after the Senate rejected her original choice last month.
Grocery Worker Fails to Show Union Conduct Swayed Contract Vote
A grocery worker failed in his challenge to a labor contract based on an allegation that the union deliberately concealed the elimination of a retirement benefit to ensure ratification, a federal appeals court ruled, because the information wouldn’t have changed the outcome.