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Employee Loses Bonus for Not Following Return-to-Office Policies, Sues

An AstraZeneca employee sued the company in South Carolina state court after it refused to pay her her full bonus for failing to come into the office three days a week. Read More.

Legal Actions May Clarify the Scope of Three Abortion Bans

The Center for Reproductive Rights has taken legal action in an effort to clarify and expand patient rights in states with strict abortion bans. Read More.

Google Antitrust Trial Begins

On Tuesday, September 12, 2023, a 10-week trial concerning Google's search dominance began in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Read More.

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Silverman et al v. OpenAI, Inc. et al (filed 7/7/23)
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Other Legal News

Las mujeres de EE. UU. recurren a México para abortar
The New York Times, September 25, 2023

Las estadounidenses están buscando ayuda para abortar en el país vecino, señal de las políticas cambiantes en las dos naciones respecto al procedimiento.

A New Border Crossing: Americans Turn to Mexico for Abortions
The New York Times, September 25, 2023

American women are seeking help from Mexico for abortions, crystallizing the shifting policies of two nations that once held vastly different positions on the procedure.

Personal Jurisdiction Makes Strange Bedfellows: An Assessment of the Supreme Court’s Decision in Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co.
Justia's Verdict, September 19, 2023

Touro University, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, professors Rodger D. Citron and Laura A. Dooley discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s unexpectedly divided decision in Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co. case, which addressed whether a corporation can be sued in a state where it has registered to do business but is not a citizen. Professors Citron and Dooley argue that the case is notable for the alignment of ideologically diverse justices and its potential to significantly alter the landscape regarding where plaintiffs can sue corporations, shedding light on the current Court’s approach to originalism and federalism in the context of personal jurisdiction.

An About-Face on Whether the 14th Amendment Bars Trump From Office
The New York Times, September 18, 2023

Steven Calabresi, a founder of the Federalist Society, recently — and forcefully — said the former president was disqualified. He has had a change of heart.

Alito rebuffs calls for recusal in upcoming tax dispute
SCOTUSblog, September 8, 2023

Justice Samuel Alito on Friday rebuffed a call from Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee for him to recuse himself from a tax dispute because of his links to an attorney in the case. Alito contended that when – as in this case – “there... The post Alito rebuffs calls for recusal in upcoming tax dispute appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Summer Order Lists
Supreme Court of the United States, June 30, 2023