A state supreme court judge dismissed an attempt by Bowery Hotel co-owner Richard Born to avoid compensating a former partner who is also suing him for $50 million. Last summer, Crain's wrote about... To view the full story, click the title link.
Hillary Rodham Clinton offered a rare metric for a presidential candidate amid increased scrutiny of the Clinton Foundation.
As the Supreme Court prepares to rule on marriage, the adult children of gay couples are speaking out about their experience.
In a move that could brighten retirement prospects for millions of Americans, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that employers have a duty to keep watch over 401(k) plans to guard against high management fees that can erode retirement savings.
Hillary Rodham Clinton was clear Monday during a campaign stop about one quality she would expect from her nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court if she were to become president – an overhaul of the rapidly evolving campaign finance system that is giving extremely wealthy donors ever more say in presidential...
Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy dealt a speedy setback Monday to conservative advocacy groups that had sought to shield the names of their major donors in California.
The Supreme Court on Monday threw out an excessive-force claim against two San Francisco police officers who twice forced their way into the kitchen of a mentally ill woman and then shot her when she brandished a knife.
A New York Supreme Court judge heard final arguments Monday in the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network dispute and he is expected to issue a written ruling as soon as possible. In previous hearings, Judge Lawrence Marks issued his decisionsShow More Summary
The Supreme Court agrees to decide whether companies can "pick off" class-action plaintiffs with individual offers of settlement.
Florida’s convicted felons don’t have to surrender guns to authorities, according to a new U.S. Supreme Court ruling made on Monday. Reuters reports that felons in the state don’t have to give up their firearms; they just need to transfer them to someone else. Show More Summary
Long-time advocate of LGBT rights, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, officiated a same-sex wedding on Sunday and used the opportunity to discretely criticize those who oppose gay marriage. According to the New York Times, Supreme Court Justice Ruth...Show More Summary
'We need to be stalwart supporters of traditional marriage' no matter how the Supreme Court rules, Bush tells CBN's David Brody. read more
Maryland’s policy of charging some out-of-state drivers an extra fee for using the E-ZPass system may be vulnerable to a legal challenge similar to the one that succeeded Monday in the U.S. Supreme Court. Read full article >>
Yesterday proved RBG is the most gay-friendly Supreme Court justice ever. read more
San Francisco v. Sheehan had all the makings of a blockbuster Supreme Court case. It emerged from a horrifying tragedy: Two police officers repeatedly shot a mentally ill woman in her own home after she threatened them with a bread knife. Show More Summary
Liberal feminist icons are apparently the Hollywood trend in the upcoming election cycle. First, “Madam Secretary,” a TV series inspired by Hillary Clinton came out last fall, and now a movie about liberal Supreme Court Justice RuthShow More Summary
A 5-4 Supreme Court ruled today that Maryland unconstitutionally failed to provide a full credit for taxes paid to other states. Comptroller v. Wynne, No. 13-485 (May 18, 2015). Justice Aliton wrote the majority opinion, joined by Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Breyer, Kennedy, and Sotomayor. There were three separate...
In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that a Maryland law is unconstitutional because it allows residents only a partial tax credit for out-of-state income that is taxed in other states. The decision not only invalidates the Maryland law but may also limit similar taxes in New [...]
This morning in Maryland v. Wynne, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a ruling striking down a Maryland tax law that “has the effect of double-taxing income residents earn in other states.” This is a broad victory for taxpayers. Today’s 5-4...Show More Summary