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Reed Smith
When we last reviewed the general state of First Amendment jurisprudence, we concluded that on the United States Supreme Court there was "a slim, but solid, First Amendment majority."
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Ninth Circuit appeals are not always decided by Ninth Circuit judges
Morrison & Foerster LLP
This week, we take a look at two decisions tackling novel procedural issues. In the first, the Court strictly applied the amount-in-controversy requirement of the Class Action Fairness Act...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Joe Palmore spoke to The National Law Journal for an article covering how the Biden administration could move to undo Trump administration policies involving immigration, labor, and more.
Arnold & Porter
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused widescale disruption to U.S. litigation practice and has forced the industry to get creative and adapt to new practices.
Proskauer Rose LLP
Last month, in a split decision, the Eleventh Circuit reversed a district court's incentive award to the named plaintiff in a class action...
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
October 8, 2020 — A pro bono team in Hughes Hubbard's Paris office is representing several victims of police brutality in parallel civil and criminal proceedings
McGuireWoods LLP
Although the Federal Rules do not explicitly require privilege logs, every court seems to do so.
Arnold & Porter
In March 2020, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice completed its first-ever arbitration in United States v. Novelis.
Epstein Becker & Green
To constitutional scholars, the line between Alexander Hamilton and the federal judiciary will always connect through The Federalist No. 78...
Arnold & Porter
Anthony Franze and Reeves Anderson, members of Arnold & Porter's appellate and Supreme Court practice, analyze last term's amicus docket and review their findings since 2010.
Lincoln Derr PLLC
Attorney Scott Addison recently won summary judgment in defense of our client, an orthopedic surgeon, in a case arising out of a nerve injury that occurred during a procedure to shorten a patient's leg.
Lincoln Derr PLLC
Diversity improves most groups or endeavors. Diversity in a workplace encourages creativity and innovation and brings together a variety of views that result in better ideas.
Littler Mendelson
California's statutory ban on post-employment covenants, which are enforceable in most other states, has bedeviled employers trying to protect confidential information and trade secrets.
Mayer Brown
Bylined article by Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Sarah Reynolds (Chicago).
The Fair Housing Act (FHA) prohibits discrimination in many housing-related activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, and national origin.
Balch & Bingham
Plaintiffs contend the CARES Act and implementing regulations require lenders to pay them "agent fees" for preparing loan applications.
Balch & Bingham
This lawsuit was the first of its kind. Sixty copy-cat lawsuits followed in more than a dozen federal courts across the country.
Balch & Bingham
Earlier this year, Balch & Bingham reported on the wave of "Agent Fee" class actions against lenders who made PPP loans under the CARES Act.
Balch & Bingham
The federal courts have been struggling for several years to clarify Article III standing law.
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