District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Natalia Combs Greene received a rare public rebuke last month from a judicial review commission about her temperament. Plus more in this week's column
For the past four years, U.S. Agency for International Development contractor Alan Gross has wasted away in a Cuban prison, serving a 15-year sentence for providing Internet access to the island's sm
It's hard to find a hotter topic than patent reform right now on Capitol Hill. It's even harder to find what the director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has to say about it. Plus mor
Lawyers from Wiley Rein who successfully challenged the Voting Rights Act before the U.S. Supreme Court want the government to pay $2 million in legal fees. Plus more in this week's column
...Senate hearings in which former White House counsel John Dean gave...order, as did his deputy, William Ruckelshaus. The president eventually found...
...quot;Across the eurozone, it's been carnage," said Tony Williams, a principal at Jomati Consultants LLP, a London legal consultancy. Williams, former...
...5 million to $943,000. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White found that three firms representing consumers in a suit against computer maker...
Lawyers are scrambling following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on October 15 to grant review in six separate challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's greenhouse gas regulations. B
Also, a key National Archives lawyer takes the government shutdown as his cue to join private sector
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