• GIBSON, DUNN & CRUTCHER
With their latest invoice, the lawyers defending Gov. Chris Christie’s administration in the George Washington Bridge closure scandal have racked up bills totaling $3.2 million so far.
• MCKESSON CORP.
A federal court throws out a disability discrimination suit by a worker fired after requesting time off for an unnamed medical condition, since she gave no reason to suggest she was disabled.
• PHILADELPHIA 76ERS
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority agrees to give the team $82 million in tax breaks over 10 years to move its practice space and front office to the Camden waterfront.
• GOV. CHRIS CHRISTIE
The ACLU gives the governor’s record on civil rights and civil liberties a D-plus, criticizing his efforts in the areas of separation of church and state, transparency and separation of powers.
• DUNKIN DONUTS
A franchisee owning nearly 60 stores in the metropolitan New York area sues the company in Middlesex County, alleging it is attempting to unlawfully force him to terminate more than 30 of them.
An appeals court affirms a workers’ compensation judge’s finding that a restaurant employee was entitled to temporary disability and medical benefits because a workplace accident exacerbated a preexisting spinal injury.