Amicus briefs from all side are flowing in, in advance of an Oct. 31 U.S. Supreme Court argument weighing administration of cy pres funds in class settlements.
At one point, according to David Kaplan's new book, then-nominee Neil Gorsuch threatened to withdraw and “fly home to Colorado” because the Trump administration pressured him to “walk back” statements he made against Trump’s disparagement of the judiciary.
Elizabeth Davis, Joseph Facciponti and Brian Walsh
More than $45 million in recent awards should remind businesses to proactively look within and implement effective whistleblower programs to protect themselves from potential enforcement actions.
The U.S. Justice Department told the Fifth Circuit that the department disagrees with a part of the guidance from the EEOC that confronts employer consideration of the criminal histories of job applicants. The clash is the latest between the agencies.
Justin Fairfax continues a tradition of "moonlighting" Virginia lieutenant governors, and joins other politicians who have managed to keep their legal practices alive even while holding public office.
Stephen C. Yeazell
I’ve been teaching first-year law students about civil procedure for more than 40 years. But for about half of that time I didn’t fully understand…