The debate over access to the U.S. Supreme Court has expanded beyond the decades-old question of whether video coverage of its proceedings should be allowed
Conservative politicians are piggybacking on Attorney General Eric Holder Jr.'s troubles to raise money or their profiles. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) went so far as to post a political attack ad-styl
Attorney Evie Jeang, founder of Ideal Legal Group, talks to NLJ about her practice and how cultural differences can play a role in creating labor disputes
Toyota says its problems with sudden unintended acceleration are in the rearview mirror, but newly disclosed documents raise questions that experts say have not yet been answered
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National Law Journal
Peter Nesgos, who specializes in corporate deals in the space and satellite industry at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in New York, talks to NLJ about the business of financing satellites
...of teams of people who had technical skills I lacked, like fixing radios. I realized that true leadership doesn't come from barking commands and...
...want her children to "talk like you," and fired...American Federation of Television and Radio Artists vote in late March...
National Law Journal
...OPINION Appellee, Doud Media Group, L.L.C., purchased a radio transmitter from appellant, Superior Broadcast Products. Doud Media experienced problems with the...
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