Legal & Regulatory

Neuralink Faces Lawsuit for Forcing Employee to Work With Herpes-Infected Monkeys That Scratched Her Skin

Elon Musk's Neuralink being sued for pressuring an employee to handle monkeys infected with the Herpes B virus.

Italy Arrests Russian Businessman Accused of Helping Son of Putin Ally Escape From House Arrest

Italian authorities have arrested a Russian businessman accused of assisting the son of a Putin ally in escaping house arrest in Italy...

US Probes 'Dutch Roll' Incident on Boeing Jet During Southwest Airlines Flight in May

Federal investigators are probing a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8's odd rolling motion during a May flight...

Starbucks, Coca-Cola Seek Trademark Renewal in Russia

Coca-Cola and Starbucks have sought to re-register their trademarks in Russia to protect their intellectual property rights...

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McDonald’s Loses ‘Big Mac’ Trademark Dispute to Irish Rival Supermac’s in EU Court
A high EU court sided with Irish fast-food competitor Supermac's over McDonald's in a "Big Mac" trademark dispute.
Ex-Meta Employee Files Lawsuit vs. Company for Alleged Censorship of Palestinian Accounts
A Palestinian-American who previously worked for Meta filed a discrimination lawsuit in a California state court against his former employer for allegedly being biased in its handling of content relat
US FAA Extends Cuts to Airlines' Minimum Flight Requirements at New York Airports Until 2025
The FAA will extend temporary cuts to minimum flight requirements in New York City-area airports until October 2025.
Netflix Settles Defamation Lawsuit with Linda Fairstein Over ‘When They See Us’
Netflix has settled a defamation lawsuit filed by Linda Fairstein, the former Manhattan sex crimes prosecutor, regarding her portrayal in the 2019 crime series ‘When They See Us.’
Australia Drops Lawsuit vs. X Over Church Stabbing Footage
The Australian eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman-Grant announced that she was discontinuing the watchdog’s legal action against X over the graphic video footage of a stabbing incident at a church in Sy
Australia Sues Medibank for Data Breach due to Russian Hacking
The Australian Information Commissioner has filed a lawsuit against a Medibank for allegedly failing to protect data from being misused.
Canada Requires Online Streaming Firms to Pay For Local News, Content
Online streaming providers are required to give 5% of their income to the Canadian broadcasting system.
Ex-Ozy Exec Testifies to Falsifying Records, Impersonating YouTube Exec for Goldman Sachs Investment
Former Ozy Media executive Samir Rao testified that he falsified business records and impersonated a YouTube executive to secure investment from Goldman Sachs.
Why Joe Biden's New Immigration Order Could Become Double-Edged Sword for US Economy
US President Joe Biden signed a new immigration order. But it could be a double-edged sword for the US economy. Here's why.
Swiss Financial Regulator Proposes to Name and Shame Banks That Breached Rules
The Swiss financial regulator FINMA is seeking new powers to publicly name and shame banks that breach its rules. Switzerland has been looking to strengthen banking regulations since UBS took over Cre
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