Elly Rosenthal claims she was "marginalized" and fired after returning from a medical leave she took to recover from breast cancer surgery.
A new report envisions "decades of litigation" over legislation designed to bar judges from considering foreign and international laws.
The bank faces possible triple damages, plus additional claims, for its conduct toward a homeowner under a loan modification program.
A possible merger with Jorden Burt would create a 310-lawyer firm. Jorden Burt has been seeking a merger partner for years, say sources.
Businesses that don't compensate interns for their work and that fail to meet six criteria for exemptions could pay dearly down the road.
When Lois Lerner invoked the Fifth Amendment before a House committee, she did so after making a brief statement. She may regret that.
Unanimously confirmed by the Senate on Thursday, Sri Srinivasan is President Obama's first successful nomination to the D.C. Circuit.
Constantine Cannon is conspicuously absent from a lawsuit by retailers who are rejecting a $7.25 billion deal with MasterCard and Visa.
Jurors' Internet searches are a growing problem. Just ask the California court that tackled a worst-case scenario involving a curious juror.
The Justice Department has told Florida justices that federal law bans the state from giving a law license to an undocumented immigrant.
Ally Financial, formerly General Motors Assurance Corp., has made a $2.1 billion deal to settle a contentious bankruptcy court proceeding.
The Delaware Court of Chancery has ordered Wal-Mart to release internal documents detailing its directors' knowledge of allegations that...
An Australian federal court ruled for DC Comics in rejecting a local fitness company's attempt to register a "Superman Workout" trademark.
Eric Turkewitz, of The Turkewitz Law Firm and author of the New York Personal Injury Law Blog, offers dos and don'ts for first-time legal...