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A split Ninth Circuit panel wiped out an arbitration award blocking a Las Vegas culinary workers’ union from making the MGM Mirage arbitrate a dispute over unpaid vacation, saying it wasn’t up to the arbitrator to decide whether the case could be arbitrated.
The fish New Yorkers pay for may not be the fish they're eating, according to a report from the New York attorney general released Friday, which says more than 1 in 4 fish are mislabeled as a different species or otherwise less desirable variety of fish.
The last week has seen an Italian investment boutique sue a film production company, MMA and Axa sue shipper MSC and a wealth management firm lodge a part 8 action against major banks like Barclays and HSBC.
The World Trade Organization's Appellate Body on Friday signed off on a set of revised "dolphin-safe" labeling criteria for tuna sold in the U.S., ending a decadelong dispute with Mexico over whether the United States' labeling conditions are discriminatory and out of line with several global trade agreements.
A Dallas County jury has handed a $25 million wrongful death verdict to a now-shuttered nightclub and former Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent, finding the club’s service of too much alcohol to him resulted in a car crash and the death of the NFL player’s friend and teammate Jerry Brown.