A court can require a party to appear at a mediation session, but the court cannot force a party to settle or even to make a settlement offer. And courts have not developed any clear standards for ev
...Holder, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California held that the Rehabilitation Act, which bars discrimination by executive agencies, compels...
Three federal judges — Shira Scheindlin, James Francis and Peter Flynn — were in high gear on May 1st, at an entertaining and innovative program entitled: "A Consortium on Litigation, Inf
...a crime-fraud exception to marital privilege, as have many states, including California, Illinois, New York and Texas, by statute, rule or case law....
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
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A putative class action alleges that St. Peter's Healthcare System of New Brunswick improperly claims a religious exemption that has resulted in its pension plan being $70 million short
Gov. Chris Christie has conditionally vetoed a bill that would bar employers from demanding social media IDs from employees and applicants
...an interest in going to postgraduate school at the University of Southern California. Often, trips occurred on the Stein family's private jet...
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