The occasion of the Supreme Court's spring musicale saw Broadway great Barbara Cook belting out jazz and oldtime favorites. Plus: Skadden and News Corp., Arent Fox reps the 49ers, Boasberg clears the
...Alto, Calif., wrote in a May 6 filing. "Plaintiff's artful argument aside, law firms are only responsible for work that they actually do...
National Law Journal
National Law Journal
The Obama administration's record on transparency once again faces criticismthis time from both Republicans and Democratsfollowing the revelation that the U.S. Department of Justice secre
Potential class members in the sudden acceleration litigation against Toyota Motor Corp. have filed objections to the proposed $1.6 billion settlement reached on behalf of consumers asserting claims
...s $182 billion rescue. Pfaelzer rejected Bank of America's argument that AIG signed away its right to sue under the bailout. Before...
Lawyers for six lobbyists fighting what they call a "constitutionally problematic" Obama administration policy want a federal appeals court in Washington to revive their lawsuit. The challengers, rep
The Supreme Court's running feud with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit resumed Monday with the justices' decision to grant review in a Tennessee case involving civil rights complaints
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