3rd Circuit Court

Criminal Justice

US offers $3M bounty for alleged Russian hacker, a record reward for a cybersecurity case

Civil Rights

Ex-clerk sues judge, says his own mental health was questioned when he refused to be bullied

White-Collar Crime

Former state treasurer pleads guilty, admits trying to shake down law firm

Religious Law

3rd Circuit rules against religious employers who object to contraceptive-coverage opt-out procedure

Corporate Law

Still battling code-theft case, former Goldman Sachs programmer sues bank for legal fees


Exec asked general counsel to pull up shirt but didn’t spot FBI body cam, news report says

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer guilty in cemetery theft; state AG says he stole $1.8M to refund $1M in client escrow money


3rd Circuit ruling upholds a lawyer’s right to post glowing judicial comments about his work


Many courts close early Monday, plan to stay shuttered Tuesday as predicted monster snowstorm looms

Securities Law

Fired Simpson Thacher managing clerk is indicted, accused of surfing firm computers for merger info

White-Collar Crime

Ex-judge is latest to get time in federal ticket-fixing case targeting Philadelphia traffic court

Constitutional Law

Jailed suspect in triple slaying at municipal meeting sues warden over prison food


‘Real Housewives’ star files $5M suit against her bankruptcy lawyer, blames him for prison sentence

Constitutional Law

Lawyer sues Eric Holder and ATF over his own homemade machine gun, says feds banned it unlawfully

Criminal Justice

Ex-traffic judge takes felony conflict-of-interest plea, hopes for house arrest

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS overturns ‘perplexing’ appellate decision, rules for cop asserting warrant exception

National Pulse

Losing to the Spread: New Jersey suffers a setback in its bid for a sports gambling law

White-Collar Crime

Judge suddenly resigns, takes plea in federal corruption case

Constitutional Law

Mayor files civil rights suit against judge and DA’s office, says theft case was filed ‘to get even’


No prosecutor? No defense lawyer? Judge allegedly held trial anyway; 3rd Circuit allows lawsuit