Intellectual property attorneys were buzzing after the Obama Administration announced it was actively taking on the problem of "patent trolls," both through legislative proposals and executive action.
A new kind of military lawyer is being deployed to work with victims of sexual assault: Special Victims' Counsel, who are part of a Department of Defense pilot program within the Air Force.
There is nothing in the Constitution—including the First Amendment—that bans the Securities and Exchange Commission from requiring public companies to disclose their spending on politics, according to Harvard law professor Lucian Bebchuk.
Employment law blogs have been discussing an Advice Memorandum recently released by the National Labor Relations Board that addresses when an employee may be fired over negative comments about an employer on social media.
The U.S. Supreme Court's reasoning in Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, et al. v. Amnesty International USA et al will likely have a significant impact on future data breach cases.
The president tries to resuscitate the NLRB, but the signs are not good.
The Justice Department's budget seeks to add dozens of lawyers to bolster enforcement.
The Supreme Court shoots down another large group of plaintiffs.
President Barack Obama is reportedly ready to nominate former Lockheed Martin Corp. general counsel James Comey to head the FBI. We take a look back at what others have said about Comey through the years and statements he has made.
It is time for a long-overdue dialogue on how to construct a law that is relevant to today's workplace while having a mechanism for stability and predictability in its interpretation and enforcement.
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