... Of all the intractable, unwinnable positions that U.S. Department of Justice lawyers are bound to defend, few can rival the fight...
...Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington v. U.S. Department of the Treasury (No. 13-CV-01835, Nov. 21)...
...the agency spokesman said. The CFPB has worked with the Department of Justice, the Treasury Department and the State Bar of California in bringing actions...
For the first time since 1996, the U.S. government has ground to a halt. The House of Representatives and the Senate are at odds over funding and all signs point to a continuing bitter fight. The Nat
Lawyers are scrambling following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on October 15 to grant review in six separate challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's greenhouse gas regulations. B
Seward & Kissel partner Bruce Paulsen represents shipping companies and their insurers, and has been involved in more than 40 piracies. He talks to NLJ about the legal issues involved
While the federal courts and agencies struggle with the federal government shutdown and impending debt ceiling deadline, the nation's law schools mostly remain relative oases of calm. One notable exc
A federal appeals court has deepened a circuit split over religious challenges to the Affordable Care Act's requirement that companies provide contraceptive and related coverage
...dismissal of the U.S. Department of Justice's $5...Chairman Ben Bernanke and former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, made similar...
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