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Three conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared ready Wednesday to accept the "independent state legislature" theory that would strip state courts of power to review... [Read More]
The Trump Organization's appeal of its tax fraud conviction will partly focus on whether the actions of the chief financial officer were made "in behalf... [Read More]
A suspect charged with ethnic intimidation for yelling slurs outside a historic Michigan synagogue showed his disdain for the judge in an unrelated case during... [Read More]
Jurors in Manhattan, New York City, convicted the Trump Organization of tax fraud Tuesday following a trial that focused on lavish corporate perks to executives... [Read More]
Planned increases in law firm billing rates have reached a 15-year high, according to Wells Fargo's Legal Specialty Group. [Read More]
Lawyer Rudy Giuliani clashed with a lead ethics prosecutor in a hearing Monday to determine whether he should be sanctioned for unsupported claims in a... [Read More]
A federal appeals court is considering whether a Black man who says he broadcasts his interactions with police for his protection had the right to... [Read More]
A conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared Monday to support a web designer who refuses to create custom websites for same-sex weddings because... [Read More]
A federal judge in Delaware is explaining why he ordered patent holding company Nimitz Technologies to produce records showing how it came to own a... [Read More]
Out of 2,396 elected prosecutors in the United States, eight identified as Asian American, according to a new study sponsored by the American Bar Foundation... [Read More]
A process outlined in a 96-year-old law governing railroads led to a bill signed Friday by President Joe Biden that imposes a contract agreement between... [Read More]
I'm a big fan of podcasts. I've previously written about one I listen to daily, along with another genre-defining series I haven't followed quite as... [Read More]
"I can't tell you how many events I've gone to," David Baldacci says, "and [lawyers] come up to me and say, 'Oh my god, you... [Read More]
In a recent study of federal appellate judges, many indicated that they had difficulties hiring Black law clerks. Black jurists, who make up less than... [Read More]
Two conservative federal appeals judges who previously announced plans to boycott Yale Law School clerks said they are seeing progress in tolerance for differing viewpoints... [Read More]
An Ohio judge has ordered a lawyer and a co-defendant to register voters in Washington, D.C., for sending robocalls with false information about mail-in ballots... [Read More]
A Hogan Lovells lawyer has said she was fired and blackballed by other law firms after she referred to abortion rates in the Black community... [Read More]
A federal magistrate judge in Youngstown, Ohio, has sanctioned a suburban Cleveland lawyer more than $2,100 for vaping in the courtroom during the trial of... [Read More]
Cooley has laid off 78 lawyers and 72 paralegals and business professionals as a result of "overcapacity" following an "unexpected economic downturn." [Read More]
Next Monday and Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two of the most important cases of the term. Each could have enormous... [Read More]
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