Given the Volcker Rule's scope and magnitude, lawyers warn that legal challenges are practically inevitable. Regulators released the massive rule—which weighs in at 71 pages, plus another 8
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit by the descendants of a woman whose painting by French impressionist Camille Pissarro was allegedly looted as she fled Nazi Germany
A Hearst Corp. subsidiary's challenge to a Boston federal judge's refusal to slap an injunction on Aereo Inc. continues a copyright war between broadcasters and the Internet television distributor
The move marks not only the start of a new streamlined approach to judicial nominations on Capitol Hill, but also the beginning of a period of change at the court—and at the appellate practice
Between 2003 and 2012, the percentage of African American and Hispanic attorneys inched up by a mere 0.8 percent, and they now account for just 8.4 percent of attorneys in the country, according to a
Just weeks after DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. announced a $2.5 billion settlement to resolve the bulk of the litigation over its recalled hip implants, some lawyers have raised concerns about the thousand
Abbie Maliniak joins Davis Wright Tremaine's health care practice as of counsel to the Los Angeles office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
...Co-author Jessica Salerno, an Arizona State University assistant professor, told ASU News, "This may not be in jurors' control and they may...
Atlanta-based nonprofit Gideon's Promise has launched a new program called the Law School Partnership Project, aimed at making it easier for Southern public defenders to hire talented new law graduat
The Senate is poised on Tuesday to confirm Patricia Millett to a key federal appeals court in Washington, making her the first nominee approved under a new streamlined procedure that could deliver a
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