The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission must take a second look at a dispute between the city of San Francisco and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. over power delivery, a federal appellate court said Tuesday.
Most claims by a Mobile, Ala., water and sewer utility worker alleging discrimination because of his multiple sclerosis and subsequent retaliation for his bias complaints were rightly dismissed, but one issue must go back to the trial court for reargument, the Eleventh Circuit ruled.
Parents of students with disabilities in Iowa and South Carolina received mixed results Tuesday in cases alleging state provisions barring mask mandates in public schools violate their children’s rights under federal disability bias laws.
The Supreme Court might be aiming for an amicable front despite differences in Covid-19 risk tolerances among the justices, but at least one trial court judge is far less happy to suffer those he deems pandemic fools.
Mexican drug trafficker Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera—known as El Chapo—on Tuesday lost his Second Circuit appeal challenging his convictions on charges related to drug trafficking, money laundering, firearm use, and criminal enterprise.
Venable LLP convinced a federal judge in Pennsylvania to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a former investment adviser who alleged the law firm helped a swindler abscond with $11.25 million without delivering promised Facebook Inc. shares.