As lawyers plan to go back to their offices. the Delta spike revives office return worries. While children are far less likely than adults to become seriously ill from the virus, fear of bringing it home from the office is adding concern. @DaveThomas5150
Jarden can’t sue its insurers to cover certain costs related to a shareholder appraisal action over the consumer brand company’s 2016 sale to food container maker Newell Rubbermaid, a Delaware state judge has ruled. @_sierrajackson_
Reuters spoke with Kris Ahrend recently about the Mechanical Licensing Collective which began its work at the beginning of this year and has already distributed more than $106 million in royalties. @blakebrittain
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals used a dispute over unearned-premium refunds to join the 1st Circuit in holding that a request for prejudgment interest can be made for the first time after the judgment is entered. @bgrz
Womble Bond Dickinson debuted a new government relations and public affairs unit staffed with Massachusetts lobbying veterans, including Jed Nosal, a lawyer who joined from Brown Rudnick in March. @SaraMerken
A New York judge has ordered Endo and its law firm Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer to show cause why he should not enter default judgment that the drugmaker is liable for fueling an opioid epidemic. @brenpiers
A coalition of 19 attorneys general led by California, Washington and New York urged the EPA in a letter to repeal a Trump-era rule that they say curtails their authority to deny permits for projects that could harm their waterways.
Big Law's parents fret as Delta variant surges;
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A Senate committee gave bipartisan approval to a bill that would require employers to grant reasonable accommodations to pregnant workers, despite objections from some Republicans and conservatives about the measure's coverage for women who get abortions.
A U.S. appeals court said an arbitrator, must decide whether a bargaining dispute stemming from AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner is covered by a clause in a collective bargaining agreement between the company and the CWA union.
The number of people applying for admission to law school this fall surged nearly 13%, making it the largest year-over-year percentage increase since 2002, according to the latest data from the Law School Admission Council. @Karen_Sloan1