A major challenge involving neutrality agreements between employers and unions fizzled in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday
... Reports, studies and articles have repeatedly documented a long-standing crisis. People are spending months in jail after arrest without seeing a...
The Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law has announced a new program—the Commonwealth Scholars—that will cut annual tuition by $20,000 for Pennsylvanians, reducing the to
...a broader strategy that also includes revamping the firm's long-standing "eat what you kill" compensation system and a push to...
...said the block of the nominees marked a tipping point for long-standing rules allowing filibusters of judicial nominees. "What is the...
National Law Journal
...surveillance program have failed because courts have found that the challengers lacked standing. Last term, the justices, in a 5-4 decision in Clapper...
Leading regulatory law attorneys and current and former members of Congress say congressional deadlock could shift authority to other actors on regulations
A sluggish job market is just one of the reasons for the decrease in the number of applicants
Some of the most memorable moments from the U.S. Supreme Court's official proceedings are the ones that the justices seem least interested in making public
Lawyers from Wiley Rein who successfully challenged the Voting Rights Act before the U.S. Supreme Court want the government to pay $2 million in legal fees. Plus more in this week's column
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