...ranked 39th with 34 points, below Delaware and above Oklahoma. Idaho, Montana and Utah, which lack any reporting requirements, were last with zero...
An employer that rejects a workers' compensation claim can still assert a lien for benefits paid to the employee while the matter was under investigation
New Jersey has followed 18 states and the U.S. government in suing Standard & Poor's for allegedly allowing the interests of investment banking clients to trump its independence in rating securities
A putative class action for civil racketeering against a law firm and bank over allegedly improper foreclosure practices is thrown out of federal court on First Amendment grounds
Two years after the first state-by-state breakdowns of annual law graduate and lawyer surpluses revealed just how bleak the legal industry's employment picture had become, revised state government da
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Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC is attempting to coordinate consumer lawsuits filed in state courts by attorneys general in 17 states before a single federal judge
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...associated with the administration of digital assets. A few states, namely Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Oklahoma and Rhode Island, have passed laws granting an individual's...
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