In the 102 cases during the past 20 years in which the California Supreme Court reviewed a claim that prosecutors struck prospective jurors on the basis of their race, that court found error only onc
District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Natalia Combs Greene received a rare public rebuke last month from a judicial review commission about her temperament. Plus more in this week's column
National Law Journal
Just weeks after DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. announced a $2.5 billion settlement to resolve the bulk of the litigation over its recalled hip implants, some lawyers have raised concerns about the thousand
...joins the firm's commercial-disputes practice as partner in the Houston office and will focus on complex business litigation. Sullivan was a partner...
The shortage of indigent representation is widely recognized. Now it's time to solve the problem
A close look at the proposed combination of Patton Boggs and Locke Lord suggests there are reasons beyond mere size for both firms to consider joining forces
...for plaintiffs: Jennifer Duggan, Environmental Integrity Project, Washington. Pearl v. Houston Casualty Co. (No. 13-CV-01791, Nov. 15)...
Federal and state prosecutors issued a stern warning to banks on Nov. 19 as enforcement officials announced a record $13 billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase & Co. over its role in the financial cr
Georgetown law professor Cornelia Pillard is the third D.C. Circuit nominee to get caught up in the politics of the U.S. Senate. Plus more in this week's column
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