A Texas woman who displayed a “F— Trump” bumper sticker on her truck has been arrested on an outstanding warrant after the local sheriff said…Read more
Leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee have told a lawyer for Jared Kushner that he failed to provide the panel with emails Kushner received concerning…Read more
Jurors in Pasadena, California, have found no liability in a lawsuit by a woman who said that she contracted mesothelioma by inhaling asbestos in baby…Read more
Bipartisan reaction was swift after Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O’Neill said he’d been “sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females” and defended Sen. Al Franken and Roy Moore.Read more
The White House announced five new additions Friday to its list of potential nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court, though no justice has announced retirement. The new names came in a press release that coincided with the annual conference of the Federalist Society, which has played a pivotal role in fashioning Trump’s list of potential nominees.Read more
Financial technology companies have a lot to offer consumers, but let the buyer beware.Read more
The attorney general made the announcement in a speech Friday at the Federalist Society’s annual conference in Washington.Read more
In a FOIA case about the “Russia dossier,” U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta in Washington is considering what President Trump may or may not know when he tweets.Read more
Dr. John Kapoor, the owner of Insys Therapeutics Inc., maker of a potent opioid medication, pleaded not guilty to federal bribery and racketeering charges on Thursday and asked the magistrate judge to remove his electronic monitoring bracelet.Read more
A judge in Chicago on Thursday vacated the convictions of 15 men who said they had been framed by corrupt Chicago police officers.
Cook County,…Read more
In light of “severe financial challenges” and dropping enrollment, the Valparaiso University board of directors has voted to suspend the admission of first-year students at…Read more
A federal appeals court has rejected an appeal by an Illinois lawyer who was ordered to pay up to $4.2 million for sending junk-fax newsletters…Read more
Child custody disputes can be some of the most hard-fought legal battles in the courts. And in the fog of war, a lot of misconceptions can spread. To be fair, the one constant throughout all child custody determinations is that courts or arbitrators wi…Read more
Who knew shopping was this dangerous? Henry Walker found out while reaching for a watermelon in an Alabama Walmart in 2015. Walker’s foot got caught in a wooden pallet on the floor, causing him to fall and shatter his hip. Walker sued Walmart, claiming…Read more
The lawyer representing former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is being closely scrutinized as he tries to fend off accusations that the Republican U.S. Senate…Read more
The newest Supreme Court justice made light of criticism of the conservative-leaning group, and of himself, in a speech Thursday.Read more
A federal judge in Indianapolis has rejected a sovereign citizen argument made by convicted former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt…Read more
Dear Daliah: What is your opinion on mailing out greeting cards to clients for the holidays?
Dear readers: Every year, toward the end of…Read more
President Donald Trump’s nominees for the federal courts are overwhelmingly white and male, reversing a trend that’s lasted nearly three decades, an analysis by the…Read more
Victoria Lipnic, the acting chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, on Thursday suggested the agency under a Republican majority may not continue to push for pay data collection efforts that target the wage gap, a day after a lawsuit slammed a decision by the Trump administration to scuttle a reporting requirement. Two nominees Janet Dhillon and Daniel Gade are awaiting U.S. Senate confirmation.Read more
Parties drafting arbitration clauses should affirmatively select who decides questions of arbitrability.Read more