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Drawn by the promise of speed and expertise, scores of megacorporations from Apple Inc. to Toyota Motor Corp. are flocking to the hottest new forum for intellectual property fights: the Patent Trial
...fund operated by embattled billionaire Steven A. Cohen made hundreds of...Bharara also announced that Richard Lee, a former SAC portfolio manager...
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...J.D. from Washington and Lee University School of Law. Steven Richardson, 64, has joined...
Courts have been reluctant to draw line between material protected by privacy rights and matters of public concern
National Law Journal
As one of the longest-serving leaders of the U.S. Justice Department's Criminal Division, Lanny Breuer has overseen some of the highest-profile cases in the country's history. On March 1, after nearl
Francis Lorson, who retired in 2002 as the Supreme Court's chief deputy clerk and for decades was viewed as the court's institutional memory, died on Friday at age 69
...to know many including a fellow nonagenarian named John Paul Stevens, the now-retired Supreme Court justice. During a 2011...
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