A handful of judges are writing blogs to educate the public about judicial challenges and responsibilities
Can a corporation claim to have religious beliefs and, if so, does it violate those beliefs to force the business to include contraceptive coverage in the health insurance it provides its employees?
...accuse the satellite radio company of playing their pre-1972 recordings in California without authorization. Sirius had argued that the California case should be transferred...
...trials in September and October in state courts in New Jersey and California. DePuy attorney Susan Sharko, a partner in Drinker Biddle &...
The Third Department decided that, contrary to the defendant's contentions that the 2003 unlawful surveillance law applies only to "peeping Toms" who hide video cameras in bathrooms or dressing rooms
...in Houston represents the two named plaintiffs, a Houston surgeon and a California mother of two young children. Golan said she took this case after...
...finance disclosures. Texas ranked 32nd, tied with Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina. California topped the list, and Utah landed at the bottom. The Center for...
Atlanta-based nonprofit Gideon's Promise has launched a new program called the Law School Partnership Project, aimed at making it easier for Southern public defenders to hire talented new law graduat
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas is implementing a telephonic conference system to simplify proceedings for attorneys who cannot make in-person court appearances, court officials said
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