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The latest legal happenings likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
The latest court cases and filings with an impact on the risk management and insurance field.
Multiple cities have filed suit against Kia and Hyundai for lack of anti-theft technology after a rash of car thefts.
The latest legal cases that are likely to have an impact on the insurance and risk management industry.
Pfizer/BioNTech was hit with a patent infringement suit by Arbutus Biopharma for its COVID vaccine.
After a Maine hotel was found to not comply with ADA regulations, a case that began in a district court has found itself at the feet of the Supreme Court.
A New Orleans-based restaurant was awarded a win against its insurer regarding COVID coverage. The victory was short lived.
The U.S. Department of Justice has sued to block the airline merger, which it characterized as “presumptively illegal.”
After a driver’s Kia was stolen in 2019, he filed suit against Kia and Hyundai claiming the vehicles lack critical security features.
In a recent ruling, Philadelphia Eagles physicians were ordered to pay millions of dollars in a medical malpractice suit.
The latest happenings on the legal front that could have an impact on risk management and insurance.
A Twitter headquarters based in San Francisco is being sued by its landlord after falling behind on rent payments.
Elon Musk is facing a lawsuit from investors after claims of taking his company private never manifested.
A Tesla suit on employee discrimination is set to continue after Tesla’s countersuit failed.
Oklahoma’s latest round of suits against opioid manufacturers and distributors follows its 2019 win against Johnson & Johnson — the nation’s first case against an opioid-maker to go to trial.
Are movie trailers “artistic, expressive works” or mere advertisement? A case currently before a U.S. district court could have big implications for studios’ future liability.
Monsanto has agreed to pay $698 million to the State of Oregon in a settlement over polychlorinated biphenyls.
A group of Apple Watch users have sued the company, claiming racial bias and discrimination when it comes to its blood oxygen feature.
The latest court decisions with an impact on the risk management and insurance community.
A group of YouTube TV subscribers has filed a suit against The Walt Disney Company in response to an increase in its platform subscription cost.