President Obama's three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit appear to be in trouble, and they may need Democrats to employ the "nuclear option" to ever make it to the bench. Pl
Norton Rose Fulbright's hourly rates are the latest sideshow to litigation over how Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus treats its elephants. Plus more in this week's column
...literature and information that affects cases, according to plaintiffs’ lawyer Kenneth Levine of Kenneth M. Levine & Associates of Brookline, Mass., who tries birth...
Eric Conn, "Mr. Social Security" in his advertisements as a disability payments attorney in Kentucky, doesn't bill himself as a quiet man. But when he was subpoenaed to testify at the S
...of a fair trial because of this article,” plaintiffs attorney Kenneth Levine of Kenneth M. Levine & Associates of Brookline, Mass., told the court...
...years involving state tort claims against drug makers. In Wyeth v. Levine (2009), which involved failure-to-warn claims against brand-name...
Bethelwel Wilson Jr. joins Atkinson Andelson's education law practice. Plus more associate news in this week's column
Long saddled with the label of "swing vote," U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has a new moniker that will travel with him into history: the court's strongest champion of gay rights
...at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart. Nelson Levine de Luca & Hamilton (Blue Bell...
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