Nearly eight years after the subprime mortgage crisis violently shook the U.S. economy, law firms representing lenders and servicers in foreclosure actions are continuing to feel aftershocks that are sometimes fatal.
Legal ethicist Monroe Freedman's controversial take on To Kill a Mockingbird, written more than 20 years ago, was spot-on, not only about Atticus Finch, but about his creator, writes professor Richard Zitrin.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the right of same-sex couples to marry is protected by the Constitution. The highly anticipated 5-4 decision was hailed as a landmark victory for gay rights, and sparked spirited dissents, including Justice Antonin Scalia's biting criticism of Justice Anthony Kennedy's sweeping majority ruling. Here is a round-up of ALM's nationwide coverage of this historic decision.