National Law Journal
The U.S. Supreme Court set the stage for its second major look at the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, agreeing to review the requirement that most employers provide health insurance cov
...claim there's more than sunlight reflected in the association's...The lawyers were from AARP Foundation Litigation, Atlanta's Doffermyre Shields...
Former Senator Arlen Specter, who died Sunday at age 82, became one of the most visible players in the reshaping of the Supreme Court confirmation process, and in turn influenced the very kind of jus
Cordray's first week; how much of the Stevens report to release; "Super PAC" transparency; Ivey returns to practice; D.C. discrepancies in TV's "The Firm"; Chamber of Commerce says hurry up; and a ne
Judge gives no quarter in seized coin case; defense wants Leon to give up the FCPA case; DOJ settles case before it begins; a new ABA Taxation Section leader; ABA D.C. HQ for sale; disclosure decisio
Deprecated The American Lawyer
...of judicial independence as the foundation of the rule of law...right when he said that sunlight is the best disinfectant."...
...seven-member FASB board is selected and overseen by a nonprofit private foundation, which is operated by a separate set of trustees. The governance structure...
Hordes of big-firm lawyers and their clients have been beating a path to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, all eager to influence the tiny agency as it tackles a breathtaking array of new rul
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