The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday sharply limited the reach of a federal law used to hold corporations and others accountable for human rights abuses committed abroad. But human rights lawyers pred
...lawyers in the original arguments faced off again. Paul Hoffman of Schonbrun DeSimone Seplow Harris & Hoffman in Venice, Calif., represents Esther Kiobel and...
The next Citizens United, in the view of some of that decision's most vigorous critics, may have nothing to do with campaign finance or the First Amendment. Instead, corporations in a case the justic
...the case myself but I didn't have the financial resources. Paul Hoffman, who was legal counsel of the ACLU of Southern California at the...
...complicit in universally condemned human rights violations." Paul Hoffman of Schonbrun DeSimone Seplow Harris & Hoffman in Venice, California filed the petition. ...
Lawyers for Exxon Mobil Corp. want a federal appeals court in Washington to absolve it from any liability stemming from human rights allegations that its security force brutalized a group of villager
The Supreme Court has not re-examined the "state secrets" privilege since it first recognized it in the 1953 case United States v. Reynolds. If the American Civil Liberties Union has its way, the Cou
A wrongful termination action filed by Gary Effron, a former partner at Los Angeles-based Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, can press ahead following a California appeals court decision that rejected
Solicitor General Paul Clement says that litigation involving more than 40 corporations interferes with U.S. policy goals
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