Law firms give and receive thanks by way of donated turkeys
As Thanksgiving looms, law firms throughout the country were looking for a way to give back this week.
In Florida, for the seventh year in… More
Inversions gain in popularity with help of Skadden lawyers
Lawyers from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom were biking through Southern France in 2010 when they came up with an idea to help boost… More
Is Reese Witherspoon’s name entitled to trademark protection? Judge weighs claims in actress’ suit
A Los Angeles judge considering a trademark suit by actress Reese Witherspoon has released a tentative opinion rejecting her claims against a company using her… More
Shoplifting suspects opt for $500 course because of company’s misleading statements, suit alleges
The San Francisco City Attorney’s office has sued a company that works with retailers to offer a $500 life-skills video to shoplifting suspects.
The suit,… More
Kentucky governor restores voting rights of over 100,000 felons, but does he have power to do so?
The outgoing governor of Kentucky on Tuesday signed an executive order to restore the voting rights of convicted non-violent felons who have served their time… More
Cartoon: Courtroom drama or antics in this month’s cartoon scene?
Submit your proposed caption for a chance to win our December contest and see your caption and credit printed in an upcoming issue of the… More
Indiana’s refusal to accept Syrian refugees violates Constitution, ACLU suit says
Republican Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana violated the U.S. Constitution and federal law when he ordered state agencies to suspend the resettlement of Syrian refugees… More