Halbig v. Sebelius takes aim at health-care subsidies that are used by more than 5 million Americans so they can afford insurance payments they signed up for under Obamacare
Changing legal culture, involvement of foreign companies may make lawsuits more likely in China after disappearance of Flight 370
Based on the insights of two American legal scholars, the judicial culture in China may impact potential litigation brought in connection with the still-missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet.
Beyond a mere increase in the number of financial institutions targeted for litigation, there also has been a marked change in the FDIC’s approach to such cases.
All the other airlines are really glad they’re not American or United right now