NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A “potential series of lawsuits” brought against the nation’s largest student loan servicer is coming to a close with the settlement of a single class action that was severely hobbled by a federal judge last year.
Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has been recognized as one of Latin America’s leading law firms in the 22nd edition of the Latin Lawyer 250 guide.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) wants you to know that we are continuing to enforce the nation's employment non-discrimination laws while ensuring that all of our activities are consistent with public health guidelines.
The New York Court of Appeals determined that a plaintiff properly claimed consumer-oriented behavior when alleging damages related to an insurance company falsifying representations made to New York City workers so that it would be selected over other companies.
They’ve already sued cruise ship operators, soap manufacturers and insurance companies, but COVID-19 will give entrepreneurial lawyers plenty more opportunities to make money by targeting nursing homes, hospitals, pharmaceutical manufacturers, retailers and possibly even homeowners over the disease.
After the FDA allegedly refused to transition a New Drug Application into a Biologics License Application, a pharmaceutical company took legal action against the organization and other related entities on March 24.
RICHMOND, Va. (Legal Newsline) – Virginia legislators have passed a bill in the wake of a state Supreme Court decision over when a lawsuit can be filed in relation to asbestos-connected conditions and injuries.