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    Trump Picks Burlington Stores GC To Lead EEOC

    President Donald Trump has selected Burlington Stores Inc. general counsel Janet Dhillon to serve on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and take over as its chair, the White House said late Wednesday. ...read more

    Calif. High Court Won't Review Cap-And-Trade Program

    California’s Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to undo an appeals court’s approval of the Golden State’s greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program, with its auction of emissions allowances opponents had challenged as essentially just an...

    Calif. High Court Won't Review Cap-And-Trade Program

    California’s Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to undo an appeals court’s approval of the Golden State’s greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program, with its auction of emissions allowances opponents had challenged as essentially just an...

    Calif. High Court Won't Review Cap-And-Trade Program

    California’s Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to undo an appeals court’s approval of the Golden State’s greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program, with its auction of emissions allowances opponents had challenged as essentially just an...

    Calif. High Court Won't Review Cap-And-Trade Program

    California’s Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to undo an appeals court’s approval of the Golden State’s greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program, with its auction of emissions allowances opponents had challenged as essentially just an...

    ACA Watch: What BigLaw Lobbyists Think Happens Next

    With Affordable Care Act repeal efforts in limbo, Law360 on Wednesday chatted up BigLaw lobbyists for insights on the latest horse-trading and a “big surprise” promised by President Donald Trump. Here’s what they’re hearing. ....

    ACA Watch: What BigLaw Lobbyists Think Happens Next

    With Affordable Care Act repeal efforts in limbo, Law360 on Wednesday chatted up BigLaw lobbyists for insights on the latest horse-trading and a “big surprise” promised by President Donald Trump. Here’s what they’re hearing. ....

    Canadian Court Forces Google To Nix Search Results Globally

    Google must globally deindex the website of a company that allegedly sold stolen networking technology, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, taking a position that the web giant has argued would quell free expression online. ...read more

    Canadian Court Forces Google To Nix Search Results Globally

    Google must globally deindex the website of a company that allegedly sold stolen networking technology, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, taking a position that the web giant has argued would quell free expression online. ...read more

    Ill. Legislature Passes Geolocation Privacy Protection Act

    A bill in the Illinois General Assembly seeking to limit the collection and disclosure of a smartphone user's geolocation data within applications will be sent on to Gov. Bruce Rauner after the House narrowly approved the legislation Tuesday. ...read...

    Ill. Legislature Passes Geolocation Privacy Protection Act

    A bill in the Illinois General Assembly seeking to limit the collection and disclosure of a smartphone user's geolocation data within applications will be sent on to Gov. Bruce Rauner after the House narrowly approved the legislation Tuesday. ...read...

    Shkreli Atty Dubs Him 'Genius,' Denies Fraud As Trial Begins

    An attorney for Martin Shkreli told a Brooklyn federal jury Wednesday that the former Retrophin Inc. CEO is an eccentric genius who never defrauded his investors or deceived the company's board members, as the long-awaited trial of the controversial...

    Shkreli Atty Dubs Him 'Genius,' Denies Fraud As Trial Begins

    An attorney for Martin Shkreli told a Brooklyn federal jury Wednesday that the former Retrophin Inc. CEO is an eccentric genius who never defrauded his investors or deceived the company's board members, as the long-awaited trial of the controversial...

    Search For UN Bribery Trial Jurors Stretches Into 4th Day

    A third day of jury selection in the trial of a Chinese businessman accused of bribing United Nations officials ended without a panel Wednesday as a Manhattan federal judge struggled to find people who would be able to serve for up to six weeks. ...read...

    Search For UN Bribery Trial Jurors Stretches Into 4th Day

    A third day of jury selection in the trial of a Chinese businessman accused of bribing United Nations officials ended without a panel Wednesday as a Manhattan federal judge struggled to find people who would be able to serve for up to six weeks. ...read...

    Search For UN Bribery Trial Jurors Stretches Into 4th Day

    A third day of jury selection in the trial of a Chinese businessman accused of bribing United Nations officials ended without a panel Wednesday as a Manhattan federal judge struggled to find people who would be able to serve for up to six weeks. ...read...

    For NJ Sports Betting, Early Money's On Equal Sovereignty

    A federal law blocking states from legalizing sports betting is in jeopardy from a U.S. Supreme Court challenge by New Jersey, as the law's grandfathering of Nevada's sports betting regime could help the Garden State under a principle that argues...

    For NJ Sports Betting, Early Money's On Equal Sovereignty

    A federal law blocking states from legalizing sports betting is in jeopardy from a U.S. Supreme Court challenge by New Jersey, as the law's grandfathering of Nevada's sports betting regime could help the Garden State under a principle that argues...

    For NJ Sports Betting, Early Money's On Equal Sovereignty

    A federal law blocking states from legalizing sports betting is in jeopardy from a U.S. Supreme Court challenge by New Jersey, as the law's grandfathering of Nevada's sports betting regime could help the Garden State under a principle that argues...

    For NJ Sports Betting, Early Money's On Equal Sovereignty

    A federal law blocking states from legalizing sports betting is in jeopardy from a U.S. Supreme Court challenge by New Jersey, as the law's grandfathering of Nevada's sports betting regime could help the Garden State under a principle that argues...

    The Top 10 Most Family-Friendly Law Firms

    Yale Law Women on Wednesday revealed the 10 U.S. law firms with the best family-friendly policies and practices, with one firm keeping its place on the list for the 12th year in a row and at least two others racking up repeat performances for including...

    2nd Circ. Won't Rehear Title VII Sex Orientation Precedent

    The Second Circuit won’t reconsider its decision finding Title VII doesn’t protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation, despite arguments that the court needed to provide clarity to employees and employers in the face of a landmark...

    2nd Circ. Won't Rehear Title VII Sex Orientation Precedent

    The Second Circuit won’t reconsider its decision finding Title VII doesn’t protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation, despite arguments that the court needed to provide clarity to employees and employers in the face of a landmark...

    Phone-Sex Worker Hits Employer With OT, Wage Claims

    A phone-sex worker filed a collective action against her employer Tele Pay USA in California federal court Tuesday, claiming the company has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by paying her less than minimum wage, no overtime and shorting her for “off...

    Phone-Sex Worker Hits Employer With OT, Wage Claims

    A phone-sex worker filed a collective action against her employer Tele Pay USA in California federal court Tuesday, claiming the company has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by paying her less than minimum wage, no overtime and shorting her for “off...