During the 1990s and early 2000s, John Roberts was widely viewed as one of the best Supreme Court advocates of his time. His skills as a litigator still serve him on the high court
...was a decision made by "the Madisons, the Hamiltons and the Franklins more than 200 years ago." — Tony Mauro...
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
Lawyers who want to defend Georgia from Florida's impending lawsuit over water rights range from a former U.S. solicitor general who regularly charges more than $1,100 per hour to a recent law school
Originally Published: Daily Report
...Related Taxes." The course begins at 6 p.m. Speakers: Richard Franklin, McArthur Franklin; Steven Gorin, Thompson Coburn; Joanne Jacobson, Saul Ewing; Toni Waldman...
...Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in 2012. Take Franklin Jeffries, embroiled in a visitation dispute, who thought he would express his...
Federal district court Judge Shira Scheindlin's stunning 195-page opinion on August 12 about stop-and-frisk in New York City should be mandatory reading for every police commissioner and police chief
Reporters Jenna Greene, Sheri Qualters and Zoe Tillman profile 15 firms that entered (or rejoined) the list this year
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