Chiropractic relief: The Tipline for 24 November 2020
GCR sympathises with lawyers litigating remotely in the corners of their homes that happen to offer the best cell reception or a reprieve from noisy neighbours. The true beneficiaries of remote hearings though are the spines of courtroom attendees ordinarily forced to sit for eight-hour stretches lurched forward at a 70-degree angle on unforgiving wooden benches. In today’s Tipline, the Department of Justice has pushed back on Visa’s proposed trial date, which would save antitrust reporters several chiropractor trips. Meanwhile, Cigna may still face liability following its failed merger with Anthem and an Amazon critic has raised concerns about the digital platform’s entrance into the pharmacy space.
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