President Donald Trump’s election integrity commission should be allowed to collect voter information, the administration argued, opposing a lawsuit challenging the panel’s work as infringing on privacy rights. Since it only asked for publicly available data there is no risk, ...Read More »
Imagine this: “Free TV For Life!” The irresistible pitch is splashed on the home page of something called CorkyTV, which advertises Amazon Fire sticks and other streaming devices loaded with software that can make getting shows and movies from shady ...Read More »
Martin Shkreli apparently needed to vent as the first week of his criminal fraud trial in Brooklyn, New York, was nearing an end. During a lunch break Friday, he walked into a sixth-floor courtroom set up for reporters to watch ...Read More »
Dozens of major U.S. companies are encouraging a federal court to declare discrimination based on sexual orientation illegal, even if that decision could increase the firms’ vulnerability to employee lawsuits. Microsoft Corp., Google, CBS, Viacom Inc., IAC, Lyft, and Ben ...Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court decided that federal citizenship rules violate the Constitution by making it harder for some foreign-born children of American men to become citizens than children born abroad to American women. The court, however, said it wouldn’t confer ...
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The U.S. Supreme Court issued a mixed decision on the rules governing efforts to get low-cost alternatives to pricey biotechnology drugs on the market. The justices said patent holders can’t use federal law to enforce a requirement that companies seeking ...Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court limited a federal law that protects consumers from overaggressive debt collectors, as Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote his first majority opinion. Writing for a unanimous court, Gorsuch said the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act doesn’t authorize lawsuits ...Read More »