A patent reform bill set for a Dec. 5 vote in the U.S. House of Representatives has intellectual property groups worried the sweeping language will do more harm than good in solving thorny patent lit
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A federal appeals court on Tuesday heard two cases about warrantless tracking, a procedure fraught with uncertainty in the wake of a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that held such GPS uses are Fourth
A federal appeals court weighed whether a law firm can keep a client's malpractice claim out of court if the two sides have a contract calling for arbitration of all disputes
Federal prosecutors in Massachusetts, where the death penalty was abolished nearly 30 years ago, face the rare prospect of two simultaneous capital cases for unrelated killings that happened more tha
A federal appeals court this week, rejecting a judge's ruling about alleged prosecution errors, has blocked a new trial for a businessman on mail and wire fraud charges
The government lawfully used a defendant?s DNA in a criminal prosecution even though its collection during the investigation of an unrelated crime violated the Fourth Amendment, the U.S. Court of App
...telemarketing simply does not preclude broader state prohibitions.” Sheri Qualters can be contacted at ...
...she was appointed to the Committee on Financial Disclosure. Sheri Qualters can be contacted at squalters...
A Boston federal jury took just 2 1/2 hours on Wednesday to reject former associate John Ray III's employment retaliation case against Ropes & Gray, which he'd accused of lashing out after he complai
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