Debt limit law sets up ‘enormous’ stakes for the 2024 election with deadlines for default, Obamacare and Trump tax cuts

WASHINGTON — The newly enacted debt ceiling law all but assures that the winner of the 2024 presidential election and the next Congress will face another potentially calamitous default deadline soon after taking office.

The measure signed by President Joe

Legal tech firm Casepoint investigates breach after hackers claim theft of government data

Casepoint says it’s investigating a potential cybersecurity incident after hackers claimed to have compromised the legal technology platform to steal terabytes of sensitive data.

US-based Casepoint offers a legal discovery platform for litigation, investigations and compliance that is used by

Republicans are crowding the 2024 race. It boosts Trump, but may help the GOP in the end

Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott delivers his speech announcing his candidacy for president of the United States on the campus of Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, SC, Monday, May 22, 2023. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)

South Carolina’s Mon. Tim Scott announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination last week at Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, SC (Mic Smith / Associated Press)

The race for the Republican presidential nomination, once a two-man battle between

A Lidl Decision with big Implications – UK High Court Finds that Tesco’s Clubcard Logo Infringes Lidl’s logo

In a recent decision, the High Court of England and Wales has found that Tesco’s use of the yellow and blue Tesco Clubcard logos (reproduced below) infringed Lidl’s trade marks (see the relevant Lidl marks below) and also gave rise