2nd Circuit Court

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Criminal Justice

Federal judge has no power to expunge valid conviction, 2nd Circuit rules

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer who won $9B Chevron judgment can’t collect it; 2nd Circuit upholds RICO injunction

Education Law

Athlete wins reinstatement of suit claiming anti-male bias motivated school’s sex-assault finding

Law Firms

Why Gibson Dunn represented a New York financier for only 16 days

Privacy Law

Microsoft doesn’t have to give prosecutors emails stored on servers in Ireland, 2nd Circuit says

Entertainment & Sports Law

Tom Brady loses bid for en banc review in Deflategate suspension

Verdicts & Settlements

2nd Circuit tosses $7.25B swipe-fee settlement; concurring judge calls it a ‘confiscation’

Banking Law

Appeals court overturns $1.27 billion penalty for Countrywide’s sale of risky mortgages

Entertainment & Sports Law

2nd Circuit upholds NFL decision, says Tom Brady must serve 4-game ‘Deflategate’ suspension

Constitutional Law

New York law requiring in-state office for out-of-state lawyers is constitutional, 2nd Circuit says

Attorney Fees

Law firm can’t sue SSA for attorney fees paid to clients, 2nd Circuit says

Education Law

School district has to pay private school tuition of bullied student, federal appeals court says

Opening Statements

You can sue someone who broke into your email, but you’d better find proof fast

Ethics

Lawyers engaging in debt collection may be regulated by a New York City ordinance, say courts

Attorney General

2nd Circuit rules Justice Department doesn’t have to disclose additional drone-strike memos

Constitutional Law

2nd Circuit upholds bans on semi-automatic weapons enacted after Sandy Hook shootings

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court refuses to review insider trading decision deemed a ‘roadmap for unscrupulous’

Religious Law

2nd Circuit rules against nonprofits challenging opt-out process for contraceptive coverage

Bankruptcy Law

Law firm submits latest $40M bill in Madoff case, cites $553M recovery

Labor & Employment

Document review arguably ‘devoid of legal judgment,’ 2nd Circuit says, allowing wage suit to proceed
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