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Law firms and courthouses are dealing with Hurricane Ian and its aftermath. [Read More]
There is no need for former President Donald Trump to raise objections to the government's inventory of documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago home in Palm... [Read More]
The State Bar of California announced Tuesday that it is investigating two prominent Los Angeles lawyers in connection with the mishandled distribution of settlement funds... [Read More]
Summer associates liked their law firm experience this year, as they insisted that their workplaces were different—in a good way. [Read More]
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that former President Donald Trump was a government employee when he denied rape claims by writer E. Jean Carroll,... [Read More]
Gunderson Dettmer has deferred start dates for new associates, a development that prompted Above the Law to wonder whether a trend is in the offing. [Read More]
This coming Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court justices will take the bench and begin the October 2022 term. For the first time since 1994, Justice... [Read More]
Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton fled a process server Monday and then avoided subpoenas Tuesday, when a Texas judge ruled that he didn't have... [Read More]
Controversy and secrecy still surround the FBI's probe of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, conducted after Christine Blasey Ford testified during his nomination hearing... [Read More]
Pro se lawyers may not directly contact an opposing litigant if that person is represented by counsel. [Read More]
A recent news story from my home state revolved around a police officer terminated by his department for firing warning shots while pursuing a criminal... [Read More]
Two law schools are officially changing their names after learning more about their namesakes' long-ago conduct. [Read More]
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