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Georgia Supreme Court Reshapes Vicarious Liability Under the Commute Rule

The Georgia Supreme Court has started reshaping the interpretation of vicarious liability under the commute rule or the “coming and going rule,” which could have significant ramifications for employers and their commuting employees.

Get Ready for FTC Commercial Surveillance Rules

Ensuring Justice Through Data Analytics in Pro Bono Work

Discover how data analytics in pro bono work can reveal hidden truths, safeguard individual rights, and ensure justice through technology in legal proceedings.

Colorado Court Decision Underlines Burden for Class Action Plaintiffs

Colorado Court Decision Underlines Burden for Class Action Plaintiffs

Learn about the substantial burden for class action plaintiffs who want to maintain a nationwide class action when state law claims are involved.

Federal Circuit Reverses Trade Secret Misappropriation Injunction

Federal Circuit Reverses Trade Secret Misappropriation Injunction

Read more about this federal court ruling that highlights the high bar for a preliminary injunction in trade secret misappropriation cases.

Supreme Court Rejects NLRB's Deference for Preliminary Injunctions

Supreme Court Rejects NLRB’s Deference for Preliminary Injunctions

Learn why the Court rejected the NLRB’s deference for preliminary injunctions in Starbucks v. McKinney.

Court Allows ADA Lawsuit on Employee Wellness Program to Proceed

Court Allows ADA Lawsuit on Employee Wellness Program to Proceed

Learn about a punitive class action suit brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that involves one company’s “voluntary” employee wellness program.

Delaware Ruling Marks Potential Shift in Approach to SPAC-Related Claims

Delaware Ruling Marks Potential Shift in Approach to SPAC-Related Claims

Read about a case that marks a potential shift in how Delaware courts approach SPAC-related claims and de-SPAC mergers involving Special Acquisition Companies.

Case Highlights NIL Compliance Challenges for the NCAA

Case Highlights NIL Compliance Challenges for the NCAA

Explore the pivotal Rashada v. Hathcock case and its implications on NIL Compliance Challenges for the NCAA.

Federal Court Rebukes Attorneys For Misleading Class Action Plaintiffs

Federal Court Rebukes Attorneys For Misleading Class Action Plaintiffs

Delve into what the court had to say about attorneys who were misleading class action plaintiffs about the terms of a settlement.

Federal Circuit Rules on Two-Way Test, Time-Barred Patent Claims

Federal Circuit Rules on Two-Way Test, Time-Barred Patent Claims

Read about the latest legal case involving time-barred patent claims and what it means for intellectual property.

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