Ex-Nickelodeon producer Dan Schneider sued the creators of the documentary "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV" on Wednesday, alleging that their series defamed him and falsely implied that he was a child sexual abuser.

The disgraced former producer will get a new trial in the sex crime case against him in New York after the Court of Appeals found that the trial court should not have allowed certain testimony against him.

On Wednesday, April 24, 2024, President Joe Biden signed legislation requiring Chinese tech firm ByteDance to divest itself of the TikTok app or face a ban in the United States.

The Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that employees are not required to show significant harm in federal discrimination lawsuits involving job transfers.

President Biden is expected to veto a resolution disapproving a rule that expands the definition of joint employers under federal labor law.

On Friday, April 5, 2024, New York City agreed to pay $17.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit brought by two Muslim women forced to remove their religious head coverings for New York Police Department post-arrest photos.

Former President Donald Trump sued two co-founders of Trump Media last week following a lawsuit against Trump brought by the co-founders over their stake in the company.

The Tenth Circuit reversed a trial court's decision involving the fair use exception to copyright infringement, allowing a cameraman's lawsuit to continue against Netflix.

On Tuesday, March 26, 2024, DeLorean Motor Company and NBCUniversal Media settled a trademark lawsuit concerning the licensing of the DeLorean trademark for use in merchandising connected to the "Back to the Future" films.

The Justice Department announced an antitrust lawsuit against Apple on Thursday, alleging the company violated antitrust laws by monopolizing the smartphone market.

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