Frequent flyers may experience the occasional bump from a full flight, but what do they do if they get bumped out of their frequent-flyer program? Well, they end up in the U.S. Supreme Court, of cour
On the first Wednesday of every month, John Dennis Apel is usually demonstrating against nuclear weapons at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. But this Wednesday he will be at the U.S. Supreme
The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that when it comes to picking the forum where a business dispute should be resolved, a contract is a contract
The U.S. Supreme Court chose Cyber Monday to announce it would not slow the imposition of state sales tax on Internet retail sales
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The Federal Trade Commission is about to turn 100, and agency leaders have some gift suggestions for Congress—new privacy legislation plus a statutory change that would position the FTC as the
Gideon’s Promise—an Atlanta-based non-profit that trains and advocates for public defenders throughout the South—has launched its Law School Partnership Project, a new initiative ai
...unreasonable or require a warrant. A combined March ruling from the First Circuit...
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit is holding in abeyance requests for rehearing en banc the court's decisions staying Southern District Judge Shira Scheindlin's liability and remedial
... Angela Hunt is a reporter for NLJ affiliate Corporate Counsel....
A federal appeals court weighed whether a law firm can keep a client's malpractice claim out of court if the two sides have a contract calling for arbitration of all disputes
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