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Former New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, one of 46 federal prosecutors forced out by the Trump administration last March, is joining Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer in New York.
"We built the case from the ground up," Goldstein & Russell founder Tom Goldstein said at a Georgetown University Law Center panel discussion. "We designed the legislation. Got the legislation passed. We went into court. We told the courts that 'hello, we want to lose.'"
U.S. District Judge Dan Polster in Cleveland told lawyers in the multidistrict litigation to come up with a plan by March 16 over the scope and timing of a “litigation track.
Any rollback of 'Roe' or its subsequent affirmations would have a ripple effect, weakening not just the right to abortion, but a range of other rights that protect our diverse life choices.
A new initiative in Colorado focuses on the pipeline of entry-level diverse candidates to address the perennial complaint from employers that only a limited pool of diverse candidates exists.
An analysis from the Pew Research Center shows an increase in senators' opposition to judicial nominations.
Hunt, a career DOJ attorney who served as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' chief of staff last year, was asked by lawmakers about the special counsel's Russia investigation, the AG's almost-resignation, the firing of U.S. attorneys last year and more.
Rod Rosenstein, the deputy U.S. attorney general, spoke Friday at the 32nd Annual ABA National Institute on White Collar Crime.
Plaintiffs firm Edelson PC has asked a federal judicial panel to consolidate class actions brought over the 2014 collapse of the bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox after a federal judge last year dismantled its case under the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court of California.
“A lot of the majority's decision deals with the evolving nature of Title VII. As society evolves, the interpretation that the courts are called upon to make becomes more sophisticated."
Plaintiff's lawyers who allege that baby powder caused a woman's mesothelioma have voluntarily dismissed their case against Johnson & Johnson less than a month before a scheduled trial.
The National Labor Relations Board on Monday retreated from its drive to overturn the Obama-era expanded "joint employment" standard, as questions mounted over whether a Trump-appointed member of the board violated ethics rules when he participated in a pending case.
U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss wrote the plaintiffs, two advocacy groups and a union, did not have standing to bring the challenge, but his opinion may not be the end of the case.
Justice Neil Gorsuch didn't show any cards, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor called out the Justice Department's Noel Francisco for the abandoning earlier positions. Here are five moments from Monday's arguments in Janus v. AFSCME. ...
National health care law firm WhatleyKallas is once again teaming up with Consumer Watchdog to bring lawsuits, this time against CVS Health, over mandatory mail-order drug programs that allegedly discriminate against HIV/AIDS patients.
A New Jersey Supreme Court committee has proposed a series of rule changes that, if adopted, would make it clear that private citizens can file criminal complaints, including those alleging official misconduct against public officials, in municipal court.
Jamie Underwood is the second addition to Latham's ITC practice in the last six months.
In a case currently before the court, all eyes are watching whether the justices will heed the Framers' interpretation of the First Amendment, or will they eschew constitutional originalism in favor of political jockeying.
Listen to the exchange that made the Supreme Court's even-tempered chief justice flare up during oral argument.
The Trump administration lost its bid Monday in the U.S. Supreme Court to terminate quickly an immigration program that allows hundreds of thousands of immigrant children, many now adults, to remain in the country lawfully.