For nearly two years, magazines, newspapers and other media groups facing defamation lawsuits in Washington have had a new weapon in their litigation arsenal: the city's law barring strategic lawsuit
In November, Washington became the latest jurisdiction to adopt an anti-SLAPP law; the statute went into effect on March 31
Lawyers are gearing up for what could be a significant amount of legal work tied to funds in the federal economic stimulus bill designed to expand and improve the nation's broadband infrastructure
The chronicler of congressional action wants the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to strike down a year-old rule that will require cable companies to continue to carry both analog and digit
...Law Center.FLETCHER, HEALD & HILDRETHFletcher, Heald & Hildreth, a D.C.-based communications...
Last Thursday evening, the Palm, a watering hole for politicians, lobbyists, and lawyers since 1972, was packed with guests celebrating the reopening
...Law School.FLETCHER, HEALD & HILDRETHKevin Goldberg has been hired by...
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