Two lawyers arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court this month have given new meaning to the phrase "busy holiday season.
Test cases allow the parties to see which way the wind blows with juries and, perhaps, settle their disputes
...might take the country in the year to come. Cases on the docket have the potential to reshape securities and civil rights law and relations...
National Law Journal
...39; rulings in two same-sex marriage cases on the October 2012 docket. However, they viewed a major challenge to the Voting Rights Act with...
Here are some highlights of the controversies that raged on the NLJ's opinion pages during 2013
Last week, lawmakers on Capitol Hill announced a breakthrough in budget negotiations that could eventually soften the pain of steep cuts to federal judiciary funding. But the word from the budget sta
...thinks that the court should simply take cases to fill up their docket, but it is striking how few they currently have — and, even...
...and intellectual property cases to land on the high court’s docket in years. Aereo's strategy can be read as a sign...
National Law Journal
Just weeks after DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. announced a $2.5 billion settlement to resolve the bulk of the litigation over its recalled hip implants, some lawyers have raised concerns about the thousand
...on Jan. 14, could add scores of claims to these already crowded dockets. At issue is whether bankruptcy judges can decide certain cases...
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