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Law Firms

Legal filing marks end of the road for European arm of King & Wood Mallesons

Criminal Justice

Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning, convicted of leaking classified information

First Amendment

DC Circuit rejects free-speech challenge by group planning inauguration protests

Law Schools

Teach-out plan for Charlotte School of Law in the works

Diversity

Asian-Americans are underrepresented in influential legal jobs, study says

Government Law

Aldermen urge federal review of Chicago law department, sanctioned eight times in police suits

Tort Law

Should robots be civilly liable for damage they cause? EU may consider the idea

Supreme Court Nominations

Trump reportedly interviewed this SCOTUS shortlister over the weekend; how has he ruled?

Law Firms

Charges are officially dropped against junior manager charged in Dewey case

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer accused of using run-on sentences and ‘verbose exaggerations’ files unusual brief in response

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider whether employment contracts can ban worker class actions

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to hear case that affects how quickly biosimilar drugs are marketed

Labor & Employment

LexisNexis Risk Solutions will pay $1.2M to resolve pay bias allegations

Criminal Justice

Three Takata executives are indicted in airbag scandal; company settles with Justice Department

Criminal Justice

Chicago police use excessive force, without being held accountable, Justice Department finds

Privacy Law

Chicago lawyer sues police over interception of his cellphone information during protest

Careers

Morgan Lewis tax lawyer is in spotlight for helping Trump with asset trust

Constitutional Law

Suit claims arrests over social media posts and rap lyrics violated First Amendment rights

Criminal Justice

Baltimore agrees to police reforms in agreement with Justice Department

Criminal Justice

Justice Department’s inspector general will review handling of Clinton email probe
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