Tag: Supreme Court
Supports SEC in allowing agency to hold individuals liable even if they did not make a statement deemed fraudulent.
Despite the ruling, the court sidestepped a much larger issue, whether core pension benefits promised at the time of hire for public workers can be changed.
But the court might rule on a narrower issue, continuing the controversy over whether the benefits promised employees are fixed for life.
As the state Supreme Court mulls whether to reinstate the new Republican pension law, the party’s lawmakers look for a Plan B if they lose.
Decision could cost the city millions in creating retroactive pensions.
City could be forced to create pensions for 3,000 workers if overturned.
High Court says it is discriminatory to treat same-sex partners less favorably than an opposite-sex spouse.