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The U.S. Soccer Federation will pay male and female players the same as a result of unique collective bargaining agreements announced Wednesday. [Read More]
A federal judge in North Dakota has blocked the federal government from requiring members of the Christian Employers Alliance to provide health coverage for gender... [Read More]
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson sidestepped questions about the U.S. Supreme Court's leak of the draft abortion opinion and picketing of justices' homes during an interview... [Read More]
Looking for your next read, TV show or podcast? Start with one of the eight winners of the ABA's 2022 Silver Gavel Awards for Media... [Read More]
Vinson & Elkins has hired seven career coaches and embedded them in firm practice groups. They will intervene as needed to get associates and partners... [Read More]
A California judge has struck down a law requiring public corporations headquartered in the state to include a minimum number of women on their boards... [Read More]
The bankruptcy trustee for LeClairRyan has reached a $21 million settlement with the company that she accused of helping to further plunge the law firm... [Read More]
Facial recognition software is becoming a greater part of our everyday lives. The police use it to investigate crime. Smartphones and computers use it to... [Read More]
Federal trial-level and appeals judges in Washington, D.C., are required to attend workplace training this month, after a confidential survey revealed allegations of bullying and... [Read More]
President Joe Biden on Friday signed into law a bill that strengthens financial disclosure requirements for federal judges. [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted much about what we once considered business as usual. It has created unmatched levels of flexibility across industries—many of which... [Read More]
Justice Clarence Thomas said Friday that the leaked draft opinion on abortion has destroyed trust among the justices and is "like kind of an infidelity." [Read More]
New York's top court will hear the case of Happy the elephant's bid for personhood and release from the Bronx Zoo in New York City... [Read More]
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, author of the leaked draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, managed to evade a question about Supreme Court collegiality... [Read More]
A federal appeals court has allowed a Texas law to take effect that prohibits larger social media platforms from censoring users based on their political... [Read More]
Prosecutors and two lawyers accused in a Molotov cocktail attack on an unoccupied police car have reached a plea deal that would spare the defendants... [Read More]
My main office has three large conference rooms. They are outfitted with presentable marble tables and large, comfortable black chairs, and they are adorned with... [Read More]
Could the person who leaked U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's draft abortion opinion be charged with a crime? [Read More]
A lawyer in Syracuse, New York, did his best to save the client in his ninth-floor office who threw open the window and tried to... [Read More]
Retired Chapman University law professor John Eastman advised a Pennsylvania lawmaker to count mail-in ballots at a "prorated amount," giving the state legislature justification to... [Read More]
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