District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Natalia Combs Greene received a rare public rebuke last month from a judicial review commission about her temperament. Plus more in this week's column
...the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services promulgate regulations calling for insurers to provide coverage for preventative medical care. These regulations...
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
...express preemption provision that prohibits states from enacting or enforcing a law, regulation or other provision related to an air carrier’s price, route...
The state of Michigan, backed by more than a dozen other states, on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to curtail Indian tribes' immunity from lawsuits over their commercial activities
It's hard to find a hotter topic than patent reform right now on Capitol Hill. It's even harder to find what the director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has to say about it. Plus mor
...be in, apparently," Merklinger said, largely due to the increase in regulations being issued in countries around the world. Other top areas, according to...
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
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