By Aleeza Furman | September 26, 2023
The issue is teed up in the possible appeal of an order ruling that a Philadelphia court may exercise general jurisdiction over Syngenta, a defendant in a mass tort over the weedkiller Paraquat.
By Allison Dunn | September 26, 2023
"Were plaintiff's members to pursue their reasonable, nonfrivolous constitutional claims through the CSRA's administrative process and fail to secure review in the Federal Circuit, it is possible that plaintiff would then be entitled to district court review; however, at this stage, this Court is satisfied that it lacks jurisdiction over plaintiff's claims," U.S. District Judge Leonie M. Brinkema wrote in a case of the National Association of Immigration Judges challenging the constitutionality of the 2021 speaking engagements policy of the Executive Office for Immigration Review.
By Marianna Wharry | September 26, 2023
"Today's opinion is a victory for Mackenzie and for student survivors across the country," said Alexandra Brodsky, a staff attorney at Public Justice in Washington D.C., who argued the case before the en banc court. "Gender violence has grave effects on students' access to education. For that reason, the civil rights law Title IX requires schools to address known abuse. And as the Ninth Circuit explained today, a school's power to stop violence—and its responsibility to do so—doesn't stop at the campus boundary."
By Sudhin Thanawala and Curlan Campbell | The Associated Press | September 26, 2023
The Fearless Fund is a tiny player in the approximately $200 billion global venture capital market, but Tuesday's ruling was a significant victory for the firm, which has become symbolic of the fight over corporate diversity policies.
By Amanda O'Brien | September 26, 2023
"We will encourage partners to give work to those who are in office," said executive chairman and CEO Michael Heller. Attorneys at the firm are currently expected to show up three days a week.
By Avalon Zoppo | September 26, 2023
Executive director of the now-defunct Posner Center of Justice for Pro Se's alleges breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
By Mark Sherman | The Associated Press | September 26, 2023
The justices, without any noted dissent, rejected the state's plea to retain Republican-drawn lines that were turned down by a lower court. In refusing to intervene, the high court allowed a court-appointed special master's work to continue.
By Chris O'Malley | September 26, 2023
The National Federation of Independent Businesses is supportive but asks the agency to "tread lightly."
By Cassandre Coyer | Rhys Dipshan | September 26, 2023
An update on the legal tech market's past few weeks, from product launches to new partnerships.
By Mason Lawlor | September 26, 2023
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