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Lawyers under sanction for fraudulently filing dozens of copyright infringement lawsuits against people accused of downloading pornographic films have filed an appeal, as the attorneys who represente
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Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have persuaded a federal judge to grant them access to prison documents and photos of their client, apparently to help them build a case
Harvard, Georgetown follow business school model
Are you still fussing with that U.S. News & World Report ranking of law schools? How provincial! We live in the global economy, so what really matters is how your law school ranks international
Amy Beth Dambeck joins Constangy, Brooks & Smith as senior counsel to the Princeton, N.J., office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
Renewed criticism has placed Eric Holder on the defensive, raising questions about whether the attorney general would remain in office and threatening to undermine his effort to shape a legacy of inc
Congress approved legislation five years ago to raise the stakes in civil terrorism lawsuits and make it easier to collect on judgments. Since then, the dollar amounts have gone up, but judgments rem
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