An appellate panel has tossed a $16 million contingency fee for work Graubard Miller performed for a New York real estate magnate's widow.
A new ABA-backed project aims to blaze a path for the nation's underfunded, overburdened public defenders while improving indigent defense.
The U.S. Supreme Court could soon clarify the scope of a rule that discourages federal courts from allowing criminal settlement conferences.
Policy management and lack of resources are two key challenges for corporate compliance and ethics representatives, says a new survey.
Steven J. Harper's readers know his criticism of law school deans. But he's giving credit to one who's announced big cuts in class size.
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