As the U.S. Supreme Court begins a monthlong holiday recess, court watchers await the unwrapping of decisions in some of the term's hot-button cases
The first case on the first day of the new U.S. Supreme Court term—an age discrimination challenge—left a number of justices wondering why they had taken it—not exactly the most aus
...Chadbourne & Parke v. Troice, Willis of Colorado v. Troice, and Proskauer Rose v. Troice—that test the liability of third...
...The three cases, Chadbourne & Parke v. Troice, Proskauer Rose v. Troice and Willis v. Troice, have...
The justices on Monday asked for the government to respond to a health care petition, rejected a high-profile appeal in the Sholom Rubashkin case and asked for the solicitor general's views in a thir
...law firms Chadbourne & Parke v. Troice and Proskauer & Rose v. Troice as well as a third...
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