The Obama administration's record on transparency once again faces criticism - this time from both Republicans and Democrats - following the revelation that the U.S. Department of Justice secretly ob
Originally Published: National Law Journal
After going five months without a chief marketing officer, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius is poaching from Latham & Watkins to fill the void. Despina Kartson, who has served as Latham's top marketing execut
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
Foreign organizations, such as the Palestinian Authority, cannot be sued in federal court for the alleged torture or murder of U.S. citizens, ruled a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday
Lackawanna County businessman Louis DeNaples and members of his family do not have to pay taxes on some of the interest they received from a $40.9 million settlement to take their land for the constr
The U.S. Supreme Court during arguments Tuesday appeared skeptical of citizens and foreigners using two federal laws to hold corporations and other organizations liable for human rights violations co
...billion investment in Olympus. After retaining the services of Miller & Chevalier in a public battle to win shareholder approval of a plan...
...Y., filed the petition for plaintiff Asid Mohamend. Laura Ferguson of Miller & Chevalier in Washington represents the Palestinian Authority. The First Amendment...
...he is down." Barry Pollack of Washington's Miller & Chevalier believes that just because prosecutors can target an individual as widely...
...said white-collar defense litigator Timothy O'Toole, a partner at Miller & Chevalier. "She has important views and strong views, and they tend...
...over whether Battle is entitled to the return of his fine. William Miller, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen Jr., declined to say...
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