When Vibram, the FiveFinger shoe company, was hauled into federal court in Boston in late March, it became the latest prominent business swept up in the growing wave of consumer class act
The state Supreme Court justices entertained arguments last week as to whether a man was fairly convicted of ethnic intimidation by calling the daughter of his employer who he was feuding with a Mexi
...jurors. Prosecutors said the corporate money was laundered through an arm of the Washington-based Republican National Committee, or RNC, then exchanged for...
...with one of the drillers. The Environmental Quality Board, an arm of the DEP, received the proposed standards April 14. The EQB could...
...minutes, he charged Rojas, wielding a hammer as if to strike her. As Rojas grabbed defendant's arm to restrain him and shield herself...
If this was the new look of harmony and consensus at the Supreme Court, it needs some work
Defense attorney Lynne Stewart shook her head, leaned forward and began to cry quietly as a federal jury convicted her Thursday of providing material support to a terrorist group
CIVIL PRACTICE Discovery * Denial of Discovery Extension * Summary Judgment Gloster v. Caldwell, PICS Case No. 01-2741 (C.P. Delaware Dec. 5, 2001) Bradley, J. (21 pages). The court properly denied p
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