Two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the government's telephone surveillance program in December that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
...when it comes to which party appointed the active judges. In...split evenly between Republican and Democratic appointees, with 26 vacancies,"...
...hereinafter "Stewart"), the Democratic candidate for Supervisor of the...Court held a hearing. Both parties called various witnesses to the...
In their Government and Election Law column, Jerry H. Goldfeder of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and Myrna P?rez of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law reveal their election law top 10, i
Two immigrants from China who fear that their anti-Chinese government protests in the United States could subject them to persecution if they are forced to return to their native land haven't shown e
Charles Hynes, an aggressive crime fighter who has been praised for his innovative community initiatives, leaves office on Dec. 31 after having been repudiated by voters who had chosen him six times
In their Media Law column, Elizabeth McNamara, a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine, and Joanna Summerscales, an associate with the firm, write: Recently, a wave of photo copyright claims against the m
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