...boss." • Education level doesn't matter. "Americans of all education levels prefer a male boss, by margins...
Zachary Smith joins Moore & Van Allen's bankruptcy and financial restructuring team as partner in the Charlotte office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
It's been years since Congress created more federal judge positions, and the latest proposal seeking to make up for lost time appears as quixotic as it is ambitious. Two senators introduced legislati
...forgotten." In another letter, Angela Davis, a professor at American University Washington College of Law, wrote that her "heart...
For months, Attorney General Eric Holder has insisted that the Justice Department will remain aggressive in protecting the right to vote no matter how the Supreme Court ruled in the latest challenge
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...US Airways chairman and chief executive officer Doug Parker and his American Airlines counterpart, Tom Horton, chair the transition committee comprising senior...
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