The U.S. Supreme Court wasted little time reacting when a trial judge struck down the ban on demonstrations on court property — it reimposed the restriction under a different statute. Plus, U.S
...After a public extramarital affair and his acquittal of violating campaign finance laws, John Edwards reportedly is returning to plaintiffs work. Citing anonymous...
President Barack Obama's naming of three lawyers to a key appeals court last week struck a new, more aggressive tone on the judicial nominations front, a move that ultimately could determine the size
...settlement in the mortgage-backed securities litigation brought by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. The FHFA, which serves as conservator for Fannie Mae...
The NLJ's Marcia Coyle examines four landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases on health care, money in elections, guns and race in this exclusive excerpt from The Roberts Court: The Struggle for the Constit
The Supreme Court's historic two-day scrutiny of the issue of same-sex marriage showed the justices as a cautious bunch wary about ruling on a subject that is new to them, especially when i
The Supreme Court on Wednesday concluded its historic two-day scrutiny of the thorny issue of same-sex marriage, displaying wariness about ruling on the subject even as it appeared possible that the
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...order to correct error in our prior opinion, Janvey v. Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Inc., 699 F.3d 848 (5th Cir. 2012), we withdraw that...
In a rare and forceful slap down of a federal prosecutor, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, joined by Justice Stephen Breyer, devoted a nearly five-page statement on Monday to the prosecutor's racially charge
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