...have the opportunity next week to address a federal appeals court in Richmond, Va., in a dispute that touches on the scope of First Amendment...
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer underwent "reverse shoulder replacement surgery" after falling from his bike. Plus: breaking tradition at the FCC, DOJ's fee fight in FOIA suit, a battle for
We look at the legal business climate in a dynamic, growing region
...Like the rest of the country, the Richmond, Va., legal community suffered during the recession. Things haven't...
Much of the money was spent to settle cases involving the Department of Veterans Affairs, records show
...the president's recess picks, and federal appellate courts in Philadelphia and Richmond, Va., are still reviewing the constitutionality of the appointments in separate challenges...
...D.C. Circuit panel. Federal appellate courts in Philadelphia and Richmond are also reviewing the constitutionality of the appointments. In the D.C...
U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull, the former chief judge in Montana who filed a complaint against himself last year after acknowledging that he sent a racist email about President Obama, has announ
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