A second critical maxim of employment law litigation is illustrated by the Ropes & Gray lawsuit: Do not speak ill of the departed
...in their states. New York based its tax on the fact that both retailers had affiliate programs through which they paid residents of...
Government has more ammunition with its recent reliance on a financial reform act passed in the 80s
A legal battle between the state of Michigan and an Indian tribe over a casino has put the sovereign immunity of all Indian tribes at risk in the U.S. Supreme Court
The office of the U.S. solicitor general sometimes takes controversial positions, but most practitioners agree that the quality of its legal briefs is high. Some of the office's style secrets are
...issue in the lawsuit. But controversy about cy pres awards persists. In fact, in early November, when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear...
...strings. But that might just be over. In fact, the 2013 version of an annual survey from NLJ affiliates Corporate Counsel...
National Law Journal
An unusual attempt to win review of the National Security Agency?s surveillance of domestic telephone records failed in the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday
Justice Samuel Alito Jr. on Monday sharply criticized a federal judge in New York for his practice of requiring class action counsel to reflect the racial and gender composition of their class member
...obstruction of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation and the fact that he lied during his bench trial last year. Tamman was ...
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