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  • Supreme Court Flips Precedent, Empowering Federal Agencies No More

    U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Chevron deference in two cases Overview The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a decision striking down the Chevron deference in two cases brought by fishing operators in New Jersey and Rhode Island. Chevron deference had given federal agencies broad discretion to use their judgment to resolve any ambiguity Congress left […] More

  • “TM Investors Take Lead in Toyota Motor Corporation Securities Fraud Case”

    The Schall Law Firm Reminds Investors of Toyota Motor Corporation Class Action Lawsuit Overview The Schall Law Firm, a national shareholder rights litigation firm, reminds investors of a class action lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corporation. The lawsuit alleges that Toyota violated ยงยง10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 promulgated […] More

  • Supreme Court Blocks Purdue Pharma Opioid Settlement, Causing Upheaval

    Supreme Court Overturns $6 Billion Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Settlement in Ruling The Details of the Supreme Court’s Ruling In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court has declared that a Purdue Pharma bankruptcy settlement, which was intended to compensate victims of the opioid crisis, contained improper legal protections for the company’s owners. As a result, the […] More

  • DUI Checkpoint Set Up in Lodi to Reduce Impaired Driving

    Opinion Editorial: The Importance of DUI Checkpoints for Traffic Safety The Importance of DUI Checkpoints for Traffic Safety The Lodi Police Department recently announced that it will be conducting a DUI checkpoint on Saturday between the hours of 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. The location of the checkpoint has not been disclosed, but it was […] More

  • RIAA lawsuit against generative music startups: The AI bloodbath begins

    Analysis of Music Piracy Lawsuits Filed Against Suno and Udio Introduction The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has filed lawsuits against Suno and Udio for indiscriminately pillaging music history to train a music-generating Artificial Intelligence (AI) model without the permission of music labels. The RIAA claims that Udio and Suno ingested music it owns, […] More

  • Seyfarth attorney dropped from Yeshiva U rape cover-up suit Law360

    Female Yeshiva University student drops officials and attorney from lawsuit Background A female student from Yeshiva University filed a lawsuit alleging that the school had conspired to cover up her rape accusation against a member of the men’s basketball team. The plaintiff has now voluntarily dismissed two Yeshiva officials and a Seyfarth Shaw LLP attorney […] More

  • Father of Three Killed in Automobile Accident, $12M Settlement

    The Power of Legal Counsel: A Case Study Introduction When it comes to legal counsel, there are many factors that can influence the success of a case. From pre-filing investigations to post-mediation negotiations, every detail must be carefully considered in order to achieve the best possible outcome for the client. In this opinion editorial, we […] More

  • Louisiana’s New Classroom Law Sparks Old Political Tension

    Louisiana Mandates Display of Ten Commandments in Public School Classrooms Introduction Louisiana has recently passed a bill making it mandatory for all public K-12 classrooms and state-funded universities to display posters of the Ten Commandments. This law has reignited a long-standing debate over the role of religion in government institutions. Civil liberty groups have planned […] More

  • Louisiana To Face Lawsuit Over Ten Commandments School Displays

    The Controversy Surrounding Louisiana’s Ten Commandments Display Law Introduction Recently, Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry signed a law that requires the Ten Commandments to be displayed in each classroom of schools that accept state funding. This move has sparked controversy, with civil liberties groups planning to sue the state over the new law. In this opinion […] More

  • New York’s Top Court Dismisses Trump Gag Order Appeal – CNBC

    New York Court of Appeals Dismisses Trump’s Gag Order Appeal: Legal Analysis and Implications Brief Overview of the Case The New York Court of Appeals dismissed the appeal filed by former President Donald Trump over the gag order in his criminal hush money trial. The court declined to hear his appeal claiming that no substantial […] More

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