Former Deputy Attorney General David Ogden took his case for False Claims Act reform to Capitol Hill, telling congressional aides that the statute isn't effective at preventing fraud.
A partner at a U.K. law firm was let go last summer for turning 65. After a long legal battle, the court ruled in the firm's favor. But that won't always be the case.
The following in-house hire has been approved for all audiences by the Motion Picture Association of America: Steven Fabrizio has been cast as MPAA senior executive vice president and global general counsel.
With the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, the consolidation of hospitals and health care providers, and the growing diversity of the patient population, those at the helm of health care organizations may benefit from more diversity in the composition of their boards of directors.
Gary Guzy's departure comes only a week after the White House Council on Environmental Quality chair said she's leaving, too.
Dodd-Frank was supposed to rein in the big guys. Instead, it's the small fry that went belly up as the regulations took effect.
Are you thinking about what the world will be like next year? Here's what a big international law firm says will trend in key international legal areas.
The office holiday party: a chance to kick back, enjoy drinks with your colleagues and, perhaps, get sued. Sing along with these hits and you won't have any trouble.
The People's Bank of China has released details of its "mini-Hong Kong" on the mainland, a free trade zone in which restrictions on investments in Shanghai and abroad will be eased.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed patent reform legislation that would bring sweeping changes the intellectual property landscape and curb litigation abuse by so-called patent trolls.
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