The Legal Intelligencer
The Third Circuit has split from the Tenth Circuit on the novel question of whether the Supreme Court's extension of First Amendment protections to corporations includes religious freedom when it rul
...Imagine if he had absconded with company secrets (such as the Coca-Cola recipe), or embezzled company funds, and was hiding out halfway across the...
Distracted driving due to mobile phone use while behind the wheel is a dangerous and prevalent problem. In 2010, nearly 20 percent of all motor vehicle accidents were attributed in some way to distra
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A recent study performed by the School of Economics and Management at the Technical University of Lisbon concluded that, contrary to perceived conventional wisdom, only 10 percent of innovative produ
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A state appeals court on Thursday urged the Wisconsin Supreme Court to take a case brought by two unions challenging the constitutionality of Gov. Scott Walker's law effectively
...had the requisite conditions under the settlement agreement. Dr. Maria Colon, who reviewed Tai's medical records and testified on his behalf, said...
...the ostomy connection was to the rectum as opposed to the proximal colon. Corrective surgery was performed that day, as well as three other subsequent...
NEW YORK (AP) ? New Yorkers were still free to gulp from huge sugary drinks Tuesday, after a judge struck down the city's pioneering ban on supersized sodas just hours before it was supposed to take
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