An Equal Justice Works fellow reflects on the way personal experience has informed his efforts to assist low-income North Carolinians in overcoming the collateral consequences of criminal records
...unusual difficulty and complexity. According to Harris, reporting his subordinates crime would likely have resulted in an examination of the university finances and...
...to alien tort. But can criminal law hold corporations accountable for war crimes? Human rights advocates in Europe think it can
As one of two finalists bidding to oversee a sweeping effort to reform the scandal-scarred New Orleans Police Department under a 2012 federal consent decree, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton has a l
Edwards Wildman Palmer expands its newly launched Miami office; a Department of Justice lawyer joins Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, D.C.; and Chadbourne & Parke loses a project finance partner in N
...5. Under his 2008 plea agreement, Weiss agreed not to commit any crime while on probation. But on December 20, he was arrested...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
William Ernest Kuenzel has gone back to court time after time since his 1988 conviction in a so-far unsuccessful campaign to prove his innocence. Now, David Kochman, a commercial litigation associate
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Macau's gaming industry is in the chips—but there's also legal uncertainty in spades
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...upgrade of our client mix," he says. Litigation, especially white-collar crime defense, was also strong, Evans says. The firm's major...
...events that effectively turned sections of the city and surrounding towns into crime scenes. Like much of the rest of the Boston region...
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