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    Wash. Asks High Court To Weigh Tribal Treaty Bar On Gas Tax

    The Washington State Department of Licensing has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a ruling by the state's top court that a tribal wholesale fuel distribution company is exempt from paying taxes on fuel brought to the Yakama Indian Reservation...

    PGA Tour Urges Judge To Rethink Sustaining Antler Spray Suit

    The PGA Tour on Wednesday urged a New York state judge to rehear its arguments that a lawsuit by professional golfer Vijay Singh over a suspension for using a purportedly illicit, deer-antler-derived spray should not go to trial, arguing that Singh has...

    PGA Tour Urges Judge To Rethink Sustaining Antler Spray Suit

    The PGA Tour on Wednesday urged a New York state judge to rehear its arguments that a lawsuit by professional golfer Vijay Singh over a suspension for using a purportedly illicit, deer-antler-derived spray should not go to trial, arguing that Singh has...

    TCPA Bars Nixing Consent Given In Contracts, 2nd Circ. Says

    The Second Circuit on Thursday affirmed the dismissal of a putative class action accusing Lincoln Automotive Financial Services of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, saying the man suing the company consented to receive calls when he signed...

    TCPA Bars Nixing Consent Given In Contracts, 2nd Circ. Says

    The Second Circuit on Thursday affirmed the dismissal of a putative class action accusing Lincoln Automotive Financial Services of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, saying the man suing the company consented to receive calls when he signed...

    TCPA Bars Nixing Consent Given In Contracts, 2nd Circ. Says

    The Second Circuit on Thursday affirmed the dismissal of a putative class action accusing Lincoln Automotive Financial Services of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, saying the man suing the company consented to receive calls when he signed...

    TCPA Bars Nixing Consent Given In Contracts, 2nd Circ. Says

    The Second Circuit on Thursday affirmed the dismissal of a putative class action accusing Lincoln Automotive Financial Services of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, saying the man suing the company consented to receive calls when he signed...

    JPMorgan Says Fee Complaint Compares The Uncomparable

    JPMorgan’s investment advisory arm urged a New York federal court on Wednesday to toss a suit over allegedly excessive fees charged to one of its mutual funds, saying the case is based on apples-to-oranges fee comparisons that don’t account...

    JPMorgan Says Fee Complaint Compares The Uncomparable

    JPMorgan’s investment advisory arm urged a New York federal court on Wednesday to toss a suit over allegedly excessive fees charged to one of its mutual funds, saying the case is based on apples-to-oranges fee comparisons that don’t account...

    Employer's Atty Can Be Sued For Retaliation, 9th Circ. Says

    An immigrant can pursue retaliation claims against his former employer’s attorney, who arranged to get him deported for filing a wage-and-hour suit, the Ninth Circuit ruled in a published opinion Thursday. ...read more

    Senate, House Panels Unveil Dueling FAA Funding Bills

    The U.S. Senate on Thursday introduced a more straightforward multiyear reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration a day after the House revived a 2016 reauthorization bill containing a highly controversial proposal to spin off the nation’s...

    Senate, House Panels Unveil Dueling FAA Funding Bills

    The U.S. Senate on Thursday introduced a more straightforward multiyear reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration a day after the House revived a 2016 reauthorization bill containing a highly controversial proposal to spin off the nation’s...

    King & Spalding Pulls In Ex-Morgan Lewis Energy Pro

    King & Spalding bolstered its Houston office with a former Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP transactional oil and gas attorney experienced in a variety of areas in the energy sector, including mergers and acquisitions and project development. ...read...

    King & Spalding Pulls In Ex-Morgan Lewis Energy Pro

    King & Spalding bolstered its Houston office with a former Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP transactional oil and gas attorney experienced in a variety of areas in the energy sector, including mergers and acquisitions and project development. ...read...

    King & Spalding Pulls In Ex-Morgan Lewis Energy Pro

    King & Spalding bolstered its Houston office with a former Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP transactional oil and gas attorney experienced in a variety of areas in the energy sector, including mergers and acquisitions and project development. ...read...

    4th Circ. Mostly Upholds Ex-CIA Agent's Conviction For Leaks

    The Fourth Circuit on Thursday largely upheld a former CIA agent's conviction for illegally leaking classified information on U.S. efforts to disrupt Iran's nuclear program, but said prosecutors had failed to prove where one crime took place....

    4th Circ. Mostly Upholds Ex-CIA Agent's Conviction For Leaks

    The Fourth Circuit on Thursday largely upheld a former CIA agent's conviction for illegally leaking classified information on U.S. efforts to disrupt Iran's nuclear program, but said prosecutors had failed to prove where one crime took place....

    Cogent Communications Gets OK For $3M Class OT Deal

    A California federal judge on Thursday granted preliminary approval to Cogent Communications’ $3 million deal to end class action claims that the internet provider shorted the overtime payments of over 300 workers and purposely kept them in the...

    Trump Says Infrastructure Plan Will Include Broadband

    President Donald Trump said Wednesday in remarks in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, that his “$1 trillion proposal” for American infrastructure will support funding for rural broadband access, drawing praise Thursday from Federal Communications Commission Chairman...

    Trump Says Infrastructure Plan Will Include Broadband

    President Donald Trump said Wednesday in remarks in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, that his “$1 trillion proposal” for American infrastructure will support funding for rural broadband access, drawing praise Thursday from Federal Communications Commission Chairman...

    Uber Must Give Driver Info To San Francisco Tax Office

    Uber Technologies Inc. must disclose driver information to the San Francisco tax collector in response to the city’s attempt to verify that drivers are securing business licenses in accordance with local law, a Superior Court judge said Thursday...

    EPA Releases New TSCA Prioritization, Risk Evaluation Rules

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday issued new rules and guidance that implement recent revisions to the Toxic Substances Control Act, including a framework for evaluating chemical risks and a method of prioritizing chemicals for review...

    Funding Cuts Will Hurt Broadband Deployment, Group Says

    A trade group representing small and rural telecom companies said Wednesday that many of its members will cut back on building out broadband service due to curbed funding in the Federal Communications Commission program that supports increased access...

    Funding Cuts Will Hurt Broadband Deployment, Group Says

    A trade group representing small and rural telecom companies said Wednesday that many of its members will cut back on building out broadband service due to curbed funding in the Federal Communications Commission program that supports increased access...

    Navajo Council To Weigh Keeping Ariz. Coal Plant Open

    The Navajo Nation Council will consider legislation next week that would permit the coal-fired Navajo Generating Station in Arizona to remain open through 2019, a move that comes after the group voted to table the measure and scope out whether the facility’s...