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Feds Double Down on ERISA Disclosure Argument After SCOTUS Look

Nothing in federal benefits law requires corporate insiders to make public disclosures beyond those required by securities law, the Labor Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission told the Second Circuit in letters that doubled down on their earlier position.

Climate Cases Poised for Bigger Fights as Courts Clear Hurdles

Judges have issued momentous decisions in climate-focused lawsuits in recent months, but state and local governments have a long way to go in their efforts to hold BP Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp., and others liable for the impacts of global temperature rise.

Flynn Judge Calls U.S. Dismissal Request ‘Unprecedented’ (4)

The judge overseeing Michael Flynn’s prosecution called the Justice Department’s attempt to drop its case against President Donald Trump’s former national security advisor “unprecedented” and asked a federal appeals court not to short-circuit his inquiry into the government’s actions.

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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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