In today’s episode we have state arbitration limits being themselves limited in California, regulatory plans to avert the next toxic train disaster, section 230 and Column Tuesday taking aim at Experian and Equifax.
California Is in Good Company as State Arbitration Limits Fall - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/daily-labor-report/california-is-in-good-company-as-state-arbitration-limits-fall
Buttigieg Seeks Higher Fines, Tighter Rules After Train Disaster - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/environment-and-energy/buttigieg-seeks-higher-fines-tighter-rules-after-train-disaster and https://www.levernews.com/rail-companies-blocked-safety-rules-before-ohio-derailment/
U.S. Supreme Court Mulls Challenge to Internet Firms’ Legal Shield - https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2023-02-21/u-s-supreme-court-mulls-challenge-to-internet-firms-legal-shield
Equifax, Experian Must Pay More Than Pennies for Data Breaches - https://news.bloombergtax.com/daily-tax-report/equifax-experian-must-pay-more-than-pennies-for-data-breaches
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