...39;s practice of medicine, which lies outside the agency's jurisdiction, to a drug, as broadly defined in statutory language written decades ago...
The American Civil Liberties Union recently released a report aptly titled "A Living Death." It deals with the phenomenon of life sentencing without possibility of parole. Known as "LWOP," it might a
The nation's top appellate advocates assess the state of the 2013-14 term
National Law Journal
...strike down the Voting Rights Act's formula for determining which jurisdictions with a history of voting discrimination were required to have changes in...
Here are some highlights of the controversies that raged on the NLJ's opinion pages during 2013
In the wake of the $3 million verdict returned by an Oklahoma City jury in a lawsuit involving the crash of a 2005 Camry that injured the driver and killed a passenger, lawyers on both side of the li
Although headlines have focused on foreign cyberattacks, plenty are U.S.-based — and can be remedied
...all races: No state shall "deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." It is also true that...
...should remain in federal court under U.S. admiralty and federal officer jurisdiction. “In this case, the tort was neither inevitable while the plane...
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