Just minutes before the Supreme Court heard arguments over prayer at government meetings on Wednesday, the marshal of the court Pamela Talkin gaveled the court into session and proclaimed, as she has
...off some fees, law firms continue to dance around implementing better, more universal solutions. Over the past decade, the client has changed. Many...
...sale or purchase of magazines holding more than 15 rounds and require universal background checks on gun buyers. For now, however, both sides...
...in the music industry and the combination of Comcast Corp. and NBC Universal, for example, featured time-consuming bureaucratic infighting over which agency would take...
... A record producing company can pursue its lawsuit against Universal Music Group Inc. over licensing rights to several early recordings by reggae...
Recent decisions are putting the brakes on repetitive litigation stemming from corporate mergers
A new international clearinghouse offers trademark owners a means to protect their property
National Law Journal
Law school upperclassmen are far more likely than their first-year counterparts to spend classroom time checking Facebook, playing solitaire, scanning sports scores or otherwise goofing around on the
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