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Edlin Gallagher Huie + Blum
Trucking accidents happen too frequently in the U.S. As such, vast sums are spent on programs designed to minimize the risk of crashing to protect truckers, motorists, and others on the road.
Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman LLP
In a sharply divided decision, the 9th Circuit reversed a preliminary injunction that prohibited California from enforcing AB 51, which added California Labor Code § 432.6 and Government Code § 12953, ...
Stark & Stark
This week, The Supreme Court of New Jersey delivered a monumental win for victims of sexual assault.
Bertram LLP
On September 20, 2021, actor Rovier Carrington was arrested for allegedly faking salacious emails used to target two Viacom executives in a $50 million suit alleging sexual abuse and misconduct.
Stark & Stark
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Please find several frequently asked questions regarding sexual abuse/assault, along with answers below.
Freeman Mathis & Gary
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the Biden administration is "preparing an array of actions" to combat the ransomware epidemic by targeting the digital currency market as early as this week.
Arnold & Porter
This time, we're reviewing the Court's docket data on the criminal (quasi-criminal, juvenile justice and mental health) side of the docket, calculating the percentage of cases year-by-year that arose from final judgments.
Arnold & Porter
This time, we're reviewing the data on final judgments in criminal cases for the years 2000 through 2009. First, we calculate the percentage of non-death criminal cases that arose from final judgments of conviction.
Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP
On August 30, 2021, the Arizona Supreme Court instituted a landmark rule change that made Arizona the first state in the country to abolish the use of peremptory challenges in criminal and civil trials.
Arnold & Porter
So we've determined that a dissent at the Appellate Court is only a moderate indication that reversal is statistically more likely at the Supreme Court in civil cases. So what about criminal cases?
Arnold & Porter
This time, we're reviewing the share of appeals accounted for by final judgments in the 1990s. As a reminder, we're defining "criminal" broadly to include quasi-criminal cases such as habeas corpus...
Jenner & Block
Law360 (August 13, 2021, 4:18 PM EDT) -- Jenner & Block announced last month that a former chief in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Central District of California Brandon Fox would be returning to the firm to lead its Los Angeles office
Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
A subsegment of workers compensation claims are death claims resulting from criminal actions against an employee resulting in his or her alleged death in the course of employment.
Arnold & Porter
A dissent below was a far stronger indicator of the likelihood of reversal at the Supreme Court in criminal cases between 1990 and 1999 than it was on the civil side. For the entire period, 63.51% ...
Shipman & Goodwin LLP
The U.S. Department of the Interior's Office Civil Rights defines sexual harassment as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal and physical conduct of a sexual nature...
Jackson Walker LLP
Effective September 1, 2021, laws pertaining to sexual harassment in Texas will be significantly expanded and redefined. This article highlights Senate Bill 45, which expands the definitions of an employer and sexual harassment
Holland & Knight
All public and private institutions of higher education physically located in Massachusetts are subject to the Act and the DHE regulations and must begin their compliance efforts now.
Arnold & Porter
In criminal cases between 2005 and 2020, dissents at the Appellate Court were more common than divided decisions in criminal cases in seven of sixteen years: 2005, 2008, 2010-2011, 2014-2015, 2018.
Arnold & Porter
We determined last time that there was relatively little connection between the rate of dissent at the Appellate Court and the likelihood of division at the Supreme Court in civil cases.
Arnold & Porter
The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently addressed growing concerns about how the government handles privileged material seized during investigations, in the context of a pre-indictment motion for return of property ...
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