Legal clashes await US companies that cover workers’ abortion costs

Abortion rights advocates protest before the US Supreme Court the day after the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization for Abortion, overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion decision, in Washington, US, June 25, 2022. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz Register now to get free unlimited access to Register June 26 (Reuters) – A … Read more

In the post-Raw United States, abortion providers are seeking licenses across state lines

JUNE 25 (Reuters) – Jennifer Kearns, MD, a California physician, is due to soon practice care 1,800 miles away at an abortion clinic in Kansas, where women from neighboring Midwest states with the procedure banned are expected to seek access to care. Abortion clinics and providers say Kerns is among dozens of doctors recently seeking … Read more

Analysis: Market crash exposes Europe’s divisions

Defeat markets focus on Europe’s Achilles heel The European Central Bank’s attempt to restore confidence that has been curbed by high prices Ministers deadlocked over a ten-year plan to support banks LONDON (Reuters) – A sell-off in the markets brought back memories of the euro zone debt crisis more than a decade ago, highlighting the … Read more

Ukraine says it still controls the Severodonetsk plant, which houses hundreds of people

Russia targets Sievierodonetsk in eastern advance The governor said that the bombing causes a fire after the oil spill in a chemical factory Ukraine urges West to deliver more heavy weapons quickly War prevents vital Ukrainian grain exports from the Black Sea Kyiv (Reuters) – Ukraine still controls the Azot chemical plant in Severodonetsk, where … Read more

Exclusive, former Amazon India seller says antitrust raid illegally detained employees

Amazon raided sellers in April on suspicion of nepotism Cloudtel says the Antitrust Authority carried out an illegal raid The Antitrust Authority says the raid was in line with the regulatory process Regulators in India and foreign firms squabble over e-commerce NEW DELHI, June 10 (Reuters) – A former top seller of Amazon (AMZN.O) In … Read more

Study says lawyers mental health suffers when employers only value money

Lawyers who feel valued at work for their skills and humanity report improved mental and physical health Those who report feeling underappreciated at work have poor health and wellness outcomes June 9 (Reuters) – Lawyers who say their employers value them primarily because of their productivity and financial value tend to have worse physical and … Read more

Are Internet Companies “Common Carriers” of Content? Courts diverge on the main question

Legal Institutions Related documents (Reuters) – Countries that want to place limits or controls on content provided by social media and search engines will have to face a fundamental First Amendment hurdle: Internet companies are private companies, so, in general, they are entitled to constitutional protections from government interference in their rights to freedom of … Read more

Global LNG markets are sailing into the unknown before winter arrives

DAEGU, South Korea, May 26 (Reuters) – Global buyers and sellers of liquefied natural gas are bracing for more uncertainty over Russian supplies and an unclear demand outlook from Europe and top importer China in the run-up to the peak winter season. Industry executives said. Western sanctions on Russia over Ukraine’s invasion have disrupted Russian … Read more

Google says exclusive Russian hackers linked to new Brexit leak site

WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) – A new website that has published leaked emails from several high-profile supporters of Britain’s exit from the European Union is linked to Russian hackers, a Google cybersecurity official and former head of foreign intelligence in the United Kingdom said. The site – titled “Very English Coop d’Etat” – says it has published … Read more