The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of deferring to administrative agencies in determining the scope of their own jurisdiction, issuing a 6-3 decision that featured a sharp dissent from Chief
National Law Journal
...a drag on the international economy for decades. According to the Software Alliance, a 10 percent reduction in IT piracy during the next two years...
...court heard arguments in U.S. Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International, a challenge to a 2003 law that...
National Law Journal
In any ranking of high-profile Supreme Court cases, last month's arguments over same-sex marriage would be hard to beat. But the next and final argument cycle of this Supreme Court term is looking li
...and thoughtful advice," said Sandra Aistars, executive director of the Copyright Alliance, whose members include Viacom Inc., CBS Corp. and Time Warner Inc....
Two senior government attorneys with longtime experience in gangs have stepped in to handle a criminal case against 34 Aryan Brotherhood of Texas members after the previous lead prosecutor in Houston
...151;located in Kalamazoo, Mich.are considering entering into a formal alliance that would bring the two institutions closer together, though the affiliation would...
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