...settling several claims. Keeley called the deals with driver Clay Lewin of Cape Charles, Va., and other parties "fair and reasonable."...
...wanted to make clear how unusual our case is," said Nathan Lewin of Washington, D.C., firm Lewin & Lewin. The case is ...
...choices. Preceding Verrilli to the lectern was veteran advocate Nathan Lewin of Lewin & Lewin in Washington, arguing on behalf of Menachem Zivotofsky...
Southern District of New York Judge Lewis A. Kaplan on Tuesday ordered Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani to prison for life for his role in the al-Qaeda conspiracy to bomb two U.S. embassies in East Africa in 1
A trio of prominent legal advocacy groups threw their support behind imprisoned former meat processing executive Sholom Rubashkin last week, highlighting accusations that a federal judge improperly c
New Jersey's alcoholic beverage control law violates the Commerce Clause by requiring out-of-state wineries to sell through wholesalers and retailers while New Jersey wineries have no such restrictio
...of Southern District Assistant U.S. Attorneys Michael Farbiarz, Harry Chernoff, Nicholas Lewin and Sean Buckley congratulated the defense team and also took handshakes from...
The New Jersey Supreme Court heard arguments last week in a tempestuous case challenging the right of a municipality to acquire land, without following eminent-domain procedure or paying compensation
Genlyte's trial lawyers knew they had a huge hurdle to overcome in their infringement case this February against Arch Lighting Group
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