...deal, based on faulty scientific evidence presented at trial by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In siding with the petitioners and granting the writ, Dwyer...
Two years after the first state-by-state breakdowns of annual law graduate and lawyer surpluses revealed just how bleak the legal industry's employment picture had become, revised state government da
Both The Associated Press and Bloomberg L.P. have retained outside counsel this week after finding themselves caught up in two very different controversies, with the AP fighting back against the Just
Edwards Wildman Palmer expands its newly launched Miami office; a Department of Justice lawyer joins Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, D.C.; and Chadbourne & Parke loses a project finance partner in N
...according to seasonally adjusted preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The latest increase comes on the heels...
Macau's gaming industry is in the chips—but there's also legal uncertainty in spades
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
As disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner considers running in this year's New York City mayor's race, a $4.8 million war chest that includes $72,721 in contributions from Am Law 200 lawyers and
...Initial reports from the department's Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a 200-job boost in the legal services...
...major prongs of the law. They assert that the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau violates the nondelegation doctrine because it has near-unlimited powers and is...
...who, while a Harvard Law professor, helped create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Prior to his stint in the Senate, Brown was in...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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