The U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday that it will retry Robert Menendez, a U.S. senator from New Jersey accused of conspiracy, bribery and honest…Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the federal government’s appeal in Trump v. Hawaii, which addresses the White House’s attempt to restrict travel…Read more
Baylor Law School will be launching what they say is the nation’s first executive LLM in litigation management program for experienced lawyers this coming fall.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court disbarred a former drug court judge who pleaded guilty to stealing cocaine from an evidence locker in his courtroom.
In an…Read more
Federal courts will remain open if there is a government shutdown, though there could be some changes after the money runs out.
The judiciary will…Read more
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday advanced to the Senate 17 judicial nominees—including two who received “not qualified” ratings from the ABA’s Standing Committee on…Read more
A model falsely identified as HIV-positive when her stock photo was used in an educational ad campaign met the standard for proving defamation per se,…Read more
In 2010, Cindy Stubbs was nearing the end of a 14-year sentence in a South Carolina prison, determined never to return. A mother of four,…Read more
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan announced Thursday that two top partners and a “handful” of other lawyers are leaving to form their own firm.
The Department of Health and Human Services has a new division to help protect health-care workers with moral or religious objections to providing certain types…Read more
A federal appeals court has vacated an immigration decision against an Ohio mother because of an immigration court’s failure to consider evidence that she would…Read more
A federal appeals court has upheld a California law that criminalizes prostitution in a First Amendment challenge.
The San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of…Read more
Nicole Bradick, formerly of CuroLegal, has launched her own company called Theory and Principle.
“There’s a lot of interest in custom, bespoke client and customer…Read more
The former general counsel of a Florida company has agreed to disbarment after he was accused of secretly videotaping women showering, using the restroom and…Read more
Justice Neil Gorsuch was among the justices on Wednesday who appeared to see merit in the case of a death-row defendant whose lawyer conceded guilt…Read more
The Illinois Attorney General’s Office and a Chicago suburban school district reached a temporary agreement to allow a sixth grade student to use her medical…Read more
A new and popular feature on the Google Arts & Culture app isn’t available in Illinois and Texas because of strict laws on the collection…Read more
Software that predicts the risk of a defendant committing new crimes performed no better than people responding to an online survey, a Dartmouth College study…Read more
Tax issues have reportedly held up merger talks between Bryan Cave and U.K. law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner.
The firms are discussing full financial integration…Read more