Judges confronted with allegations of racial or ethnic bias among jurors are allowed to investigate the claims, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled May 16
A team of Venable attorneys represented drugmaker Ranbaxy USA Inc. in a $500 million settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, marking one of the biggest drug safety deals ever with a generic-d
With Washington lawmakers still debating gun-control measures, the politically powerful National Rifle Association elected as its next president an Alabama lawyer who last year called Attorney Genera
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William Lee had just checked into his hotel room in Texarkana, Ark., on April 15 when he switched on the television and saw the carnage near Boston's Copley Square. The Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale a
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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau head Richard Cordray defended his agency's plan to collect financial data on 10 million consumers as necessary and appropriate in testimony Tuesday before the U.S
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Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez might be nominated to lead the Department of Labor, but the inner workings of the Department of Justice took center stage at his confirmation hearing April 18 on
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit reversed the certification of a class in a sprawling lawsuit against the District of Columbia over the provision of special-education services, a setbac
The U.S. House of Representatives voted April 12 to shut down the National Labor Relations Board, with one Republican congressman calling the board "worse than useless" since a recent appeals-court r
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