Administrative Law

Disability Law

Report: DOJ is investigating mental-health screening of bar applicants by Florida’s top court

Government Law

Chicago camera ticketing violates notice rules, suit says; seeks refund of money paid by motorists

Consumer Law

Federal appeals court agrees with FTC that Pom Wonderful ad claims were deceptive

Labor & Employment

Posner ruling tosses Social Security judges’ grievance claim, compares them to assembly line workers

Aviation & Space Law

Record fine of up to $1.6M imposed on Southwest over planes sitting for hours on tarmac

Aviation & Space Law

Close ‘mind-boggling’ loophole, screen airline workers for guns, lawmaker tells TSA

Judiciary

Citing loss of judicial independence, Iowa judge takes early retirement

Health Law

Fast-food sellers must list calories ‘clearly and conspicuously’ on menus within a year, FDA says

Health Law

FDA restricts use of device blamed for spreading uterine cancer, after news of patient deaths

Trials & Litigation

Regulator fines utility $1.05M over emails lobbying for preferred administrative judge in rate case

Trials & Litigation

Interpreters are still lacking in Los Angeles civil cases, legal-aid advocates say

Civil Rights

Court rejects housing discrimination rule that relied on statistical analysis

Consumer Law

Feds investigate Chrysler over recall of more than 1 million trucks

Environmental Law

Report: Lax regulation puts employees and patrons of gun ranges at risk of lead poisoning

Administrative Law

Uproar over Forest Service plan to require media to get permits to take wilderness photos

Trials & Litigation

Utility faces contempt hearing for lobbying to choose judge in $1.29B rate case linked to fatal fire

Energy Law

Record $1.4B fine levied against gas company in fatal explosion and fire

Legal Ethics

Two California judges censured for in-chambers sex, among other conduct

Animal Law

Iconic monarch butterfly needs protection as endangered species, advocacy groups say in US petition

Copyright Law

Monkey selfies do not qualify for copyright protection, US regulators say