Law Firms Join Vaccine Race, New Leases On Pandemic Life, Census Challenge's Straight Shot to SCOTUS: The Morning MinuteAugust 6, 2020
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The ruling allows two cases to proceed to trial, and it also ends a multiyear stay on about 800 other suits pending in Atlantic County by other women who claim they developed ovarian cancer from using talc products. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Álvaro Uribe faces allegations of witness tampering—and the order to place him under house arrest tests the court’s independence in a country where some view the former president as a hero. Click Here To Read The Full Article
The state and city government orders required alterations that “rendered plaintiffs’ properties non-functional or only partially functional as restaurants or bars,” wrote Jenner & Block partner Jeremy Creelan. Click Here To Read The Full Article
“It’s becoming more and more obvious that we’re dealing with institutions that really don’t seem to care,” said U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria. “They don’t actually care about the thing they should be caring about, which is avoiding the spread of the virus.” Click Here To Read The Full Article
Multiple firms are working with various drug, device and delivery companies in what is one of the most ambitious medical efforts in decades. Click Here To Read The Full Article