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Workday, Inc., a company that provides applicant screening services to employers, has been accused of engaging in illegal discrimination due to its use of AI.

Two indictments were unsealed in Brooklyn on Wednesday charging six defendants with defrauding court-appointed criminal defense lawyers.

Michael Cohen's lawyer was ordered to produce copies of three cases on Tuesday after neither a lawyer nor the judge could find the cases cited in his motion to end Cohen's supervised release early.

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Binance customers sued Cristiano Ronaldo in Florida federal court, alleging he helped cryptocurrency exchange Binance sell unregistered securities.

Jurors awarded home sellers almost $1.8 billion in damages this week in a lawsuit accusing the National Association of Realtors of conspiring with residential brokers to inflate broker commissions for buyer brokers.

Posted in: Antitrust, US Courts

The Fifth Circuit on Wednesday upheld a Nasdaq rule requiring companies listed on its exchange to have women and minority directors on their boards or provide an explanation as to why they do not.

A state judge in Montana temporarily blocked the enforcement of a ban on certain types of gender-affirming care, while the federal Sixth Circuit found that similar bans were likely constitutional.

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.

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The author of "The Tetris Effect" sued Apple, Tetris, and others in federal court on Monday, alleging that Apple TV's "Tetris" copied his work.

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.