...this year aboard the Carnival Triumph, which left it adrift in the Gulf of Mexico without power or working toilets, public confidence has been badly...
...claims on its $9.6 billion Deepwater Horizon settlement, especially because some Gulf Coast businesses apparently were being compensated for economic losses from the oil...
The 25 highest-grossing law offices collectively pulled in $6.3 billion last year
...the oil fields. Two years later, Texas Keystone and a related entity, Gulf Keystone, secured drilling rights that did not include Excalibur, prompting the Wempens...
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
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...American justice system,” Olson wrote. “Plaintiffs’ lawyers across the Gulf region are now openly advertising that the settlement is a way for...
U.S. Army Private First Class Bradley Manning, charged with the most serious leak of classified documents in the nation's history, has put his fate in the hands of a judge who, in the words of a clos
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor presided over a re-enactment of Flood v. Kuhn, the 1972 decision that re-affirmed the court's much criticized position that pro baseball was exempt from ant
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