The question before the Court of Appeals will be whether New York state's Shield Law protects Jana Winter from having to reveal under a subpoena issued by a Colorado court the sources she used for a
In their Eastern District Roundup, Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan, partners at Schlam Stone & Dolan, review Judge Weinstein's opinion calling "unconscionable" the minimum sentence applicable to
For more than a decade, business litigator Hunter T. Carter, a partner at Arent Fox, has nurtured both personal and business ties to Latin America, and to Colombia in particular
Republican mayoral hopeful Joe Lhota could see a boost in support for his campaign, thanks to a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of New York's $150,000 limit on individual donations to ind
The attempt by supporters of Republican New York City mayoral candidate Joseph Lhota to exceed the state's $150,000 annual maximum in contributions to independent political groups has been rejected b
The worst fears of campaign finance reformers played out in real time on Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court as a majority of justices appeared inclined to make another major inroad on the regulation o
Judge Chester J. Straub writes to encourage opportunities, and support for, young lawyers to seek meaningful civic and political involvement
The Roberts Court will confront pleas to reconsider or overrule a number of key decisions undergirding hot-button issues on the new term's docket. At least six precedents are in play, and how the cou
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