Corporate Law

Consumer Law

CFPB seeks to ban mandatory arbitration of consumer disputes over banking, credit cards and loans

Labor & Employment

Seattle’s $15 minimum wage law gets green light; SCOTUS declines to hear challenge

Copyright Law

SCOTUS takes cheerleader uniform case that would also affect ‘cosplayers’ at comic conventions

Intellectual Property Law

SCOTUS to mull Federal Circuit refusal to apply top court’s copyright laches ruling in patent case

Labor & Employment

School bus driver sues after his city transit job application is rejected over long-ago conviction

Internet Law

Judge says Amazon must refund parents for in-app purchases made by children

Law in Popular Culture

Law prof ponders: If a highly advanced robot kills, is it murder or product liability?

Trials & Litigation

Sanctions of $18K against defendant lawyer and his counsel are upheld by New York appeals court

Consumer Law

Law firm to pay $1M to settle CFPB action over debt-collection practices

Labor & Employment

Uber to pay up to $100M to settle claims of misclassification by drivers in 2 states

Labor & Employment

Farmers Insurance to pay $5.8M to settle discrimination suit by female claims litigators

Labor & Employment

Some retailers end on-call scheduling after probes by multiple states

International Law

Hacked ‘Panama Papers’ law firm is raided by government officials

Verdicts & Settlements

Another bank settles with DOJ over sales of risky mortgages; did it get a better deal than others?

Cybersecurity

Judge orders Apple to help FBI unlock another iPhone; will issue reach the Supreme Court?

White-Collar Crime

Corporate lawyer with ‘spotless record’ faces RICO case over client’s payday loan business

Environmental Law

Federal judge gives final OK to $20B settlement by BP in Gulf oil spill disaster

International Law

Prosecutors launch probes after massive leak of Panama law firm’s documents

Real Estate & Property Law

Blanket bans on renting to those convicted of a crime violate Fair Housing Act, feds tell landlords

Corporate Law

Take a seat, California workers: Top state court says employers should provide chairs