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Florida’s Ban on Transgender Care Barred by Federal Court

A federal judge in Florida Tuesday blocked the state from enforcing a law and medical board rules that prohibit transgender minors from receiving—and doctors from providing—puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones.

SEC’s Coinbase Lawsuit Heralds Deepening US Crypto Crackdown

The Securities and Exchange Commission widened its sweeping crackdown on crypto by accusing Coinbase Global Inc. of running an illegal exchange, a move that could make it harder for the industry to operate and for US citizens to trade.

Debt Ceiling Deal Leads to SoFi Ending Student Loan Pause Suit

SoFi Bank will dismiss its attempt to force an end to the Covid-19 student loan repayment pause in light of the bipartisan debt ceiling legislation mandating an August sunset date.

Verizon Settles 401(k) Hedge Fund Class Action Ahead of Trial

Verizon Communications Inc. announced plans to settle a 200,000-person class action challenging a hedge fund investment in the company’s 401(k) plan, averting a looming trial.

New England 401(k) Fee Suits Forge Employers’ Longshot Bid

Lawyers in class suits challenging retirement plan fees have noticed the cases are faring particularly well in New England, prompting some employers to look for a shortcut to get a friendly ruling from an appeals court.


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Fate Therapeutics Leaders Misrepresented J&J Tie, Investor Says

Fate Therapeutics Inc.'s executives and directors harmed the drugmaker when they overstated the viability of its partnership with the Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Biotech Inc. in public statements and filings, an investor says in a new derivative suit.