For the past four years, U.S. Agency for International Development contractor Alan Gross has wasted away in a Cuban prison, serving a 15-year sentence for providing Internet access to the island's sm
...on the anticheating servers, accessible through software downloaded onto subscribers' hard drives. The software, the state claims, installed malicious code onto users' computers...
Clients that a new partner might bring along are critical, but firms need to dig deeper to get the right fit
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...patent claim, it owes a reasonable license fee. This underlying question should drive license decision-making. In fact, most disputes have little to...
Federal prosecutors have urged a federal judge not to intervene with their plans to meet with accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on October 24 to discuss whether he should face
An amicus brief by Stephen Sachs, who teaches at Duke University School of Law, was the subject a seemingly unprecedented order by the justices last week instructing lawyers on both sides of the case
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
In this, our third year analyzing the high court’s amicus docket for The National Law Journal, we wondered whether this steady increase in volume has influenced the Court’s receptiveness
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