By Allison Dunn | December 8, 2023
"Based on our preliminary review, it appears the stolen information includes Office of Judicial Administration files, district court case records on appeal, and other data, some of which may be confidential under law. A full review of what may have been stolen is a high priority to us but it will take time. Once this review is complete, we will notify those affected," the Kansas Supreme Court recently said in a statement.
By Colleen Murphy | September 12, 2023
"The DOE is obviously going to want to shore things up if they head in a direction where they know, inevitably, there is going to be litigation," Patricia Hamill, co-chair of the Clark Hill's Title IX and campus discipline practice, said.
By Mark Ramos | August 4, 2023
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody's office late Wednesday pumped up arguments against a proposed constitutional amendment that would authorize…
By Mason Lawlor | May 31, 2023
In the midst of multiple battles over the legal copyrights to one of the most successful video games of all time, game developer Krafton is awaiting a jury verdict in the Northern District of California on an allegedly breached settlement over the rights to its hugely popular "PUBG: Battlegrounds."
By Mason Lawlor | May 4, 2023
$15 billion in bonds validated for 2,000-acre plant encompassing land across four Georgia counties, reversing lower court's opinion.
By Mason Lawlor | April 13, 2023
Defendants dropped "slander of title" claim before hearing Wednesday.
By ALM Staff | April 10, 2023
The current term of office of United States Magistrate Judge Robert A. Richardson is due to expire January 11, 2024. The United States District Court…
By Emily Cousins | September 13, 2022
"It makes me angry because I'm not a liar," witness Carlee Soto Parisi testified to regarding accusations she was an government actor hired to fake the mass shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
By Andrew Goudsward | September 12, 2022
Attorneys for former President Donald Trump said they opposed the Justice Department's two proposed special master candidates, but opted not to explain their objections in a public filing.
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