National Law Journal
The NLJ's Marcia Coyle examines four landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases on health care, money in elections, guns and race in this exclusive excerpt from The Roberts Court: The Struggle for the Constit
...and employment firms that include Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart and Fisher & Phillips. Otherwise, "The Tampa legal market has always...
...than six months have passed since arguments on October 10 in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, a challenge to the university...
National Law Journal
To be actionable, credit reports must be inaccurate, a federal judge has ruled
In any ranking of high-profile Supreme Court cases, last month's arguments over same-sex marriage would be hard to beat. But the next and final argument cycle of this Supreme Court term is looking li
A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled for Comcast Corp. in a dispute over the alleged monopolization of the Philadelphia cable television market, overturning an appellate ruling that certif
...in a broader decision than in the Texas case. Fisher v. University of Texas-Austin challenges the university's use of...
...Fisher v. University of Texas, the affirmative action case that was...
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