Trump Census Question Trial Is on Even With Government Shut
Uber’s lawyers have been making peace over high-profile disputes left and right.
Lyft, Like Uber, Faces Thousands of Driver Pay Arbitration Cases
Facebook was quietly facilitating the commercial exploitation of user data to bolster its bottom line.
Facebook Judge Probes Leak of Records He Ordered Be Kept Private
Sensitive Facebook records that were supposed to remain sealed in California court were leaked to U.K. parliamentary committee.
The trial will cast a spotlight on work-visa programs companies use to bring overseas workers to the U.S.
Uber Accused by Maimed Rider of Impeding Search for Driver
Ex-Googler's Anti-Conservative Bias Case Headed to Arbitration
A California state judge tentatively ruled against public release of a trove of company records.
Google agreed to pay an undisclosed amount to settle the claims of job applicants suing the company for age bias.
Facebook is seeking unspecified damages from BlackBerry for infringement of six patents.
Twitter Beats Censorship Lawsuit by Banned White Nationalist
Trump Pressed by ‘Apprentice’ Woman to Detail His ‘Illicit’ Past
Bayer Drops After Monsanto Loses Verdict in Roundup Cancer Trial
The trial will serve as a template for litigating thousands of other claims over the Roundup weed killer.
Google failed to block a lawsuit by rejected job applicants who accuse it of systematically favoring younger candidates.
Hormel, Meat Packers Accused of Inflating Pork Prices in Lawsuit
City Climate Change Suits Against Big Oil Tossed by Judge
Twitter to Face Claims by `White Advocate' Over Banned Accounts
Theranos Judge Says Filmmaker Should Get Access to Court Records