...Print, Vanishing Rights and the Rule of Law. Brian Bix is the Frederick W. Thomas Professor for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law and Language at...
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Imagine a hospital's assistant administrator submits millions of dollars in false claims to the Medicare program. Would the administrator face criminal liability if he had no knowledge of the crimina
...moving to exclude that evidence. Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Frederick DeVesa ruled both matters admissible in proving causation. The Appellate Division agreed...
...Huffington's name ever since. In last week's order, Frederick County circuit court Judge G. Edward Dwyer Jr.who presided over...
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The Georgia attorney general and a private lawyer are asking the state Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling that prohibits public defenders within the same circuit from representing co-defendants,
On April 25, veterans of the Supreme Court bar came together to show Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. some love and blunt the criticism that has been aimed at him. Plus: Lamberth's rebuke, putti
...res, v. MIKE ALFANT ap, ET AL., def — Separate motions by Frederick Liu, Elizabeth Barchas Prelogar, and Neal Katyal, attorneys in good standing in...
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