The Boy Scouts of America will open itself to a "veritable Pandora's box of litigation" if it allows homosexual boys to be scouts, warns a veteran Supreme Court litigator and special counsel
Standard & Poor's Financial Services was aware that ratings it presented as objective and independent in fact were false and misleading and that the values it attached to the securities at issue were
Vermont has become the first state in the nation to file a so-called "patent troll" lawsuit, taking action Wednesday against a company that has written to a number of businesses claiming patents to t
A New Hampshire mortgage loan origination company and its president are suing Boston's Morrison Mahoney for legal malpractice for allegedly botching malpractice claims against other lawyers
The Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law has introduced "Admission Through Performance," allowing rejected applicants to enroll in a free, four-week course on the Federal Rules of
Oklahoma Attorney General E. Scott Pruitt is already cracking down on price gouging, identity theft and charitable fraud after a tornado destroyed an Oklahoma City suburb
The last of the five publishers sued for conspiring with Apple Inc. to fix the prices of electronic books has agreed to pay $75 million to settle cases brought by consumers and attorneys general in 3
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Lawyers under sanction for fraudulently filing dozens of copyright infringement lawsuits against people accused of downloading pornographic films have filed an appeal, as the attorneys who represente
A day after a congressional panel claimed that Apple Inc. uses offshore entities to avoid U.S. taxes, senators on Tuesday grilled the company's chief executive officer and two colleagues about their
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