Covering up an artist's murals with acoustic panels does not violate the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held on Friday.
Booksellers, publishers, and writers sued Texas officials in federal court on Tuesday alleging a new book restriction law violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
An ex-product manager for the world's largest NFT marketplace was convicted of wire fraud and money laundering for a scheme in which he used his knowledge of which NFTs the marketplace planned to feature to make more than $50,000.
The CEO, CFO, and chief legal officer who left Twitter when Elon Musk took over have asked the Delaware Court of Chancery to award them over $1 million in unpaid reimbursements for legal fees.
Planned Parenthood sued for injunctive and declaratory relief in federal court on Wednesday over the Idaho Attorney General's assertion that the state's criminal abortion law prohibits medical providers from referring women to access abortion services outside the state.
The definition of the word "beer" and whether it includes hard seltzers must be left up to a jury to decide, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday in a dispute between Modelo and its U.S. Corona beer distributor.