The seemingly well-sourced leaks emanating from the Supreme Court in the aftermath of the June 28 decisions in the health care cases have provoked surprised commentary from those who expect such juic
...intellectual property flowing from federal funding." Kelly Klaus of Munger, Tolles & Olsen in Los Angeles authored the brief. Acting Solicitor...
As Laura Miller, a partner at Nixon Peabody, learned, bringing legal aid to more troubled parts of the world demands a certain amount of back-to-brass-tacks thinking. In the past year, she and anothe
Staff reporter Leigh Jones blogs from the ABA's annual meeting in Honolulu
Much more so than the retirement of any other justice, Sandra Day O'Connor's departure puts hot-button issues ? most notably affirmative action and abortion rights ? in play, raising the already high
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