...has emanated" from the Securities and Exchange Commission since the...can be absorbed into the cyber-bowels of law enforcement is...
William Ernest Kuenzel has gone back to court time after time since his 1988 conviction in a so-far unsuccessful campaign to prove his innocence. Now, David Kochman, a commercial litigation associate
As the U.S. Supreme Court tomorrow considers the Defense of Marriage Act in the case of 'United States v. Windsor,' it is faced with dozens of briefs from, among others, groups of former military off
...of general counsel) cited data security as their top concern in...company is taking to mitigate cyber threats, and directors should consider...
Steven M. Knecht, special counsel at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, writes that recent decisions rendered by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding retaliation - each of which were decided in favor of th
...Manhattan favor the military commission system, saying it provides stronger and cheaper security, maintains a tighter lid on classified information and increases the likelihood of...
Robert G. Morvillo and Robert J. Anello, partners at Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason, Anello & Bohrer, write that the repeated violations of the Brady rule by federal prosecutors, sometimes in hig
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