The National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' phone records is bound for review by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit -- just as the court is set to undergo significant change.
In the wake of the $3 million verdict returned by an Oklahoma City jury in a lawsuit involving the crash of a 2005 Camry that injured the driver and killed a passenger, lawyers on both side of the litigation hashed out a process to possibly settle the remaining 450 cases alleging sudden-acceleration defects.
As the U.S. Supreme Court begins a monthlong holiday recess, court watchers await the unwrapping of decisions in some of the term's hot-button cases.
Prison reform, the protection of civil liberties and the fight against fraud are among the top management challenges that face the U.S. Department of Justice in the new year, according to the department's inspector general.
A federal appeals court has revived claims that the U.S. Border Patrol illegally stopped, searched and in some cases detained people who looked Hispanic at the Sandusky Bay Station in Ohio, at the Canadian border.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon's flair for dramatic writing was on full display in his Dec. 16 opinion that took on a government surveillance program.
In the battle of the fashion dolls, Barbie manufacturer Mattel Inc. must pay $137 million in attorney fees and costs to MGA Entertainment Inc., maker of Bratz, under a federal judge's ruling.
The University of Kansas School of Law must pay a $50,000 fine for admitting two foreign attorneys into a new LL.M. program that the American Bar Association had not approved.
Southern Methodist University has named Wake Forest University Vice Provost Jennifer Collins as the next dean of its Dedman School of Law. Collins, who has also taught law at Wake Forest since 2003, will assume the SMU deanship in July.
In 2013, public support for the death penalty inched down; executions decreased and the number of death penalty states declined, according to an annual report by the Death Penalty Information Center.
As the holiday shopping season kicks into high gear, Public Citizen is hauling an online retailer into Utah federal court over some allegedly Grinch-like behavior.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has again struck down an award of attorney fees in a class action settlement, this time over allegedly defective headlights in Toyota Prius vehicles.
Northwestern University School of Law received a $15 million gift from alumnus Neil Bluhm and the Bluhm Family Charitable Foundation—the largest single gift in its history. Meanwhile, alumnus Louis Ainsworth has pledged $1 million to his alma mater, the William Mitchell College of Law, to endow a chair in law and business.
Evolving privacy and confidentiality laws -- here and abroad -- are making the e-discovery process more delicate than ever. Caught unaware, businesses and the lawyers who serve them can run afoul of the rules and land on the losing side of the law.
The constitutionality of Michigan's policy is not a question of what the Framers had in mind.
Agency is overstepping its bounds, and two businesses are primed for a court battle.
Here's my annual refresher on how to throw a perfectly blah, humbug holiday fete.
Although headlines have focused on foreign cyberattacks, plenty are U.S.-based — and can be remedied.
Our annual survey of the law firms that work for the nation's largest companies takes a global focus.
These 19 firms are at the cutting edge of plaintiffs' work -- and are giving defense players a run for their money.
Our annual report on law firms and lobbying shops in the nation's capital.
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