The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday waded into the emotionally weighted arena of international child abductions in a battle between Columbian parents of a little girl now living in the United States
...have spent almost any amount of money to save his life. To limit damages to replacement cost only would put owners in the terribly conflicting...
...New York, for example, has no authority over Ohio’s power plants, so it cannot impose emission limits on those plants, even if...
...and closed 37 investigations where no threat to competition was found...privacy legislation. “There are limits to what the FTC can...
Government has more ammunition with its recent reliance on a financial reform act passed in the 80s
...30-page bill on Nov. 18. "There's no silver bullet that would fix the patent-troll problem," said Julie...
A legal battle between the state of Michigan and an Indian tribe over a casino has put the sovereign immunity of all Indian tribes at risk in the U.S. Supreme Court
Leading regulatory law attorneys and current and former members of Congress say congressional deadlock could shift authority to other actors on regulations
Former U.S. senator and two-time Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards has renounced any further political ambitions and returned to the practice of law
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