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Biden's Labor Secretary Nom Clears Senate Committee Again
Julie Su, President Joe Biden's long-running nominee for labor secretary who has been temporarily serving in the...(read more)
Mass. AG Sues Boston Suburb For Flouting Housing Law
Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell is seeking an injunction, fines or possibly the appointment o...(read more)
Bankman-Fried Urges No More Than 6.5 Years For FTX Fraud
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried asked a Manhattan federal judge late Tuesday for a sentence that releases him "promptly" after his conviction for stealing billions from customers of the now-collapsed crypto exchange, arguing that federal sentencing guidelines recommend no more than six-and-a-half years in prison.
Eagles Rocker Testifies His Draft Lyrics Were Stolen, Hawked
Eagles singer and lyricist Don Henley took the stand this week in the criminal case against three men who allegedly tried to sell what prosecutors say were the rock star's stolen draft lyric sheets, telling a state judge he never wanted anyone to see his creative "detritus."
Supertramp Co-Founder Didn't Breach Royalty Deal, Jury Says
A California federal jury on Tuesday found that Supertramp's co-founder did not breach a 1977 agreement to share his songwriting royalties with three former band members, ending a weeklong trial that revealed decades of resentment between the aging rockers who were one of the biggest bands of the late 1970s.
'Rust' Armorer Regretted Not Checking Gun 'More,' Jury Hears
A New Mexico state jury on Tuesday watched a law enforcement interview in which Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, armorer for the film "Rust," expressed remorse for not having more thoroughly checked a prop gun that went off in actor Alec Baldwin's hand, killing a cinematographer.
J&J's CMO Says He Would've Pulled Talc If It Caused Cancer
The chief medical officer at Johnson & Johnson told jurors Tuesday that his department's review of the scientific literature showed no link between baby powder use and ovarian cancer, saying he would have pulled the product from shelves if they'd found a link.
Mich. GOP Chair Was Legitimately Kicked Out, Judge Says
A Michigan state judge on Tuesday ordered Kristina Karamo to relinquish control of the Michigan Republican Party and stop claiming to be the party's chair, finding she was properly removed from office in a Jan. 6 vote.
'I Don't Know' When Ga. DA Romance Began, Witness Says
The former law partner of Fulton County special prosecutor Nathan Wade, who oversees the election interference case against former President Donald Trump and his Georgia co-defendants, testified Tuesday that he didn't know when Wade's romantic relationship with District Attorney Fani T. Willis began.
Del. Jury Urged To Award $142M Roundup Punitive Damages
Attorneys for the family of a South Carolina man whose cancer death was allegedly linked to long working use of Monsanto Corp.'s Roundup herbicide asked a Delaware Superior Court jury Tuesday for $142 million in punitive damages for the company's purported disregard of the product's toxic risk.
Hogan Lovells Says It Was Barred From Labor Dispute Interviews
A Hogan Lovells attorney for Mexico's San Martín Mine told Law360 that his team has been shut out of proceedings in the first-ever labor-focused panel dispute under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, centered on alleged collective bargaining violations.
Supreme Court Doubts Forfeiture Deadline Is Mandatory
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday poked holes in a New York man's claim that courts are barred from issuing forfeiture orders at sentencing in criminal cases unless the prosecution previously submitted a draft request, noting the rule has "a lot of wiggle room," and noncompliance can be easily corrected.
OpenAI Says NYT Suit Not Up To Own 'Journalistic' Standards
OpenAI slammed The New York Times Co. for not meeting "its famously rigorous journalistic standards" with its complaint accusing the artificial intelligence company and Microsoft Corp. of ripping off Times content to train ChatGPT, with OpenAI alleging the newspaper hired a hacker to generate various examples of ChatGPT reproducing near-verbatim copies of articles.
Senate Dems Plan IVF Bill Vote After Ala. High Court Ruling
Senate Democrats plan to hold a unanimous consent vote on an in vitro fertilization bill on Wednesday in the wake of an Alabama Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos count as children, a move that attempts to put Republicans on the back foot in a presidential election year.
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