The U.S, Supreme Court has lifted a stay that required the state of Arizona to give information about its lethal injection drugs to death-row inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood.
- 6th Circuit says man can't sue judge who had affair with his wife during child-support case
- YouTube restores video of protest at eviction lawyer's seminar
- Defense lawyers say feds' refusal to screen inmate-attorney email frustrates right to counsel
- Longtime attorney gives up practice to help lawyer-patients deal with 'spirit-killing' profession
- Second federal appeals court rules on health-care law, setting up a same-day circuit conflict
- 2 men get time in conspiracy to bribe federal judge overseeing $65M money-laundering case
- Plaintiffs lawyers fight 'loser-pays' bylaw adopted in middle of shareholder suit
- Suit says law firm removed estate administrator in effort to block $2M malpractice case
- Health-care law takes another hit with DC Circuit opinion
- Friend of alleged Boston Marathon bomber is convicted of obstructing justice
- High applications to new law school show 'pent-up demand,' law dean says; tuition is $14K
- Change afoot in American civil justice system
She-Hulk comic turns its focus to solo practice at the urging of its writer, a practicing attorney.
Federal panels are taking a harder look at nondisparagement clauses.
Newspaper counsel takes on New Jersey governor over 'Bridgegate' scandal.
How countries are successfully using the law to get looted cultural treasures back.
Read Judge Richard Posner's take on judges, judging and about his own relentless curiosity.