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Los Angeles Olympics Contract Sought by Labor Union in Lawsuit

The city of Los Angeles should be forced to disclose its proposed plans for the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games before signing an agreement with the nonprofit organization responsible for the event, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in California state court.

Tutco Prevails in Battle With Competitor Over Attorneys’ Fees

Tutco LLC convinced the Eleventh Circuit Friday to affirm an award of attorneys’ fees in a dispute with Warren Technology Inc., a competitor in the field of unitary heater manufacturing, over alleged misrepresentations related to industrywide safety standards.

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How Marijuana Is Both Legal and Illegal in the U.S.

How do states legally get around the federal ban on cannabis, and what unique legal challenges do attorneys and businesses in the marijuana industry face?

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