Can a business owner's act of posting purportedly personal content to his company's social media page affect the ownership of that account? The answer, according to a Texas federal bankruptcy court, is no.
A felony drug conviction for a 31-year-old man adjudicated as a youthful offender as a teenager does not count as one of the three strikes under the Armed Career Criminal Act, a federal appeals court has ruled.
An increase in transactional activity, notably in real estate, drove revenue and profit gains at most of Atlanta's nine Am Law 100 and 200 firms, but the conclusion of major class action litigation caused revenue declines at Alston & Bird and Sutherland Asbill & Brennan.
If it's Tuesday morning, April 28, it's the day the Supreme Court takes up the gay marriage cases. The Seventh Circuit upholds an Illinois town's ban on assault rifles. And the Federal Circuit will go en banc in a trademark dispute over a music group's name. This is a roundup of legal news from ALM and other publications.