David and Frederick Barclay, the billionaire owners of the Daily Telegraph, won dismissal of an Irish developer’s lawsuit that accused them of illegally trying to gain control of a group of luxury London hotels.
Entertainment executive and litigator Kenneth L. Doroshow, who helped win a U.S. Supreme Court ruling granting video games First Amendment protection, has joined Jenner & Block LLP as a partner in the Washington office. He will be a member of the firm’s content, media and entertainment practice.
When 62-year-old John Schoenhoft’s abnormal heartbeat landed him in a Cottonwood, Arizona , hospital for three days in August, he had no insurance, his hours as a home health caregiver had been cut and his wife was out of work.
President Barack Obama faces a new challenge from deficit-plagued states over Medicaid costs just as he squares off with Republicans trying to repeal his 2010 health-care law, which extends coverage to 32 million Americans.
The possible collapse of the European monetary union, at least in its current form, brings home the truth that there’s little in economics that is certain. We’re again “thinking the unthinkable,” as we were a few years ago when we suddenly realized that financial engineering hadn’t banished financial crises, and that 70 years of relative stability since the Great Depression didn’t guarantee a thing.