...up with other Justice Department offices. — Mike Scarcella SUPREMES STORM CAPITOL HILL The two-man touring debate show...
Sessions plays the percentages and misses; Roberts can be traded for Alito; Trial Lawyers say speed it up; Horn's lawyers continue fighting; former lobbyist's Pakistan dealings are circular; FTC's ne
The Supremes shake their heads at high legal fees; labor may make it to the appellate court; the Eastern District of Virginia balks at defense costs; Reed Smith gets ex-Troutman partners for shipping
...make clear that software should be protected by patents. But if the Supremes knock down the Federal Circuit's "machine-or-transformation" ...
...2004 Mazda. Sibley offered the data to gain "pauper status" with the Supremes entitling him to skip the "insurmountable barrier" of paying the Court...
The California Supreme Court on Tuesday grappled with whether crime victims' informal, out-of-court statements should be used against criminal defendants at trial
Filmmakers received help on a possible box office hit when a Santa Barbara County, Calif., prosecutor agreed to act as a consultant for Alpha Dog, a movie slated to hit theaters next month
The California Supreme Court took a controversial stand Thursday by ruling that the state can sue Indian tribes for failing to disclose campaign contributions and lobbying activities
Jones Day's Glen Nager (right) looked to Jack Abramoff to help win a judgeship. It didn't work out, and now the effort is memorialized in a government report on the disgraced lobbyist's activities
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