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Ending Forced Arbitration of Race Claims Is New Diversity Focus

Worker advocates are hoping to build on the success of the #MeToo movement to further curtail a procedural tactic they say creates an uneven playing field against employees with race discrimination claims: mandatory arbitration.

Tesla Racism Suit Draws Almost 240 Workers Saying ‘Me Too’

A Black former assembly line staffer at Tesla Inc. is moving to add hundreds of other workers to his 2017 lawsuit in which he called the electric-car maker’s production floor a “hotbed for racist behavior.”

Cigna Wins Court Order Keeping Ex-Executive From Working at CVS

Cigna Corp. was granted a preliminary injunction barring its former Express Scripts president Amy Bricker from assuming an executive position at CVS Pharmacy Inc. while a lawsuit over her noncompete agreement moves forward.

Trade Agency ‘Patent Troll’ Bill Seen as Harmful for IP Owners

A bipartisan bill to prevent what sponsors call “abuse” of a US trade agency by patent-licensing entities has the potential to prevent other US entities from enforcing their intellectual property, some attorneys warned.

Fashion House Prada Restocks Legal Group After Hiring New CEO

Prada SpA, the Italian fashion group riding high from sales of its namesake loafers and Miu Miu pocket bags, has added two new top lawyers to oversee its in-house legal team after appointing a new chief executive.


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Disney-DeSantis Feud Recusal a Possible Reply to Supreme Court

Attorneys and legal scholars say it’s understandable why Judge Mark Walker erred on the side of caution and stepped down from litigation between Walt Disney Parks and Resorts US Inc. and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Some say his order could even be read as a direct response to ethical issues dogging the US Supreme Court.

DeSantis Takes a Swing at Big Tech With Florida Privacy Law

Florida became the latest state to enact a law giving consumers more control over how their data is collected and sold by tech giants like Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google, with the signing of a measure Tuesday that goes beyond just regulating platforms’ privacy protections.

Apple Has 520 Reasons Its $3,499 Headset Will Prevail: Dave Lee

At $3,499, most Apple Inc. fans are unlikely to be lining up around the block to buy the company’s new Vision Pro headset unveiled Monday. But they will certainly be lining up to try it, such is the buzz already underway for what Apple hopes is a new computing platform.

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Trump Special Counsel Summons Florida Witnesses in Records Probe

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office in recent weeks has issued federal grand jury subpoenas out of southern Florida to multiple witnesses linked to the classified documents probe involving former President Donald Trump, according to two people familiar with the investigative steps.

New Jackson Milestone as Supreme Court Term Nears End

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