Civil Procedure

Banking Law

Is time on homeowners’ side? Foreclosure case tossed without prejudice may not pause clock

Trials & Litigation

Ellen Pao loses discrimination case against Kleiner Perkins, then judge revives one claim

U.S. Supreme Court

Alabama redistricting challenge stays alive in SCOTUS; Scalia sees majority as ‘standby counsel’

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS ruling raises the stakes for Trademark Trial and Appeal Board hearings

Legal Technology

Winning app at Hackcess to Justice New Orleans helps clients preserve evidence

Civil Procedure

Oops! Mislabeled docket notices don’t excuse blown deadline in $40M appeal, appeals court says

Legal Ethics

Hagens Berman argument ‘gives new meaning to frivolous,’ judge says; sanctions imposed

Advocacy

Chicago lawyer pieces together a missing couple’s story to obtain a court ruling that they died

U.S. Supreme Court

Plaintiffs challenging health law may not have standing; one is unsure how she was chosen for case

Trials & Litigation

Man waited too long to challenge paternity, owes $30K in child support

Legal Technology

Registration opens for Hackcess to Justice New Orleans

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer blamed for reversed verdict feels vindicated by appellate ruling that judge abused discretion

Civil Procedure

Top state court nixes $2.5M personal injury suit because filing fee was $2 short

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court’s ‘shadow docket’ would benefit from greater transparency, op-ed says

Paradigm Shift

Model program brings holistic solutions to divorce

U.S. Supreme Court

‘Clear error’ standard of review in factual disputes applies in patent claims, SCOTUS says

Law Professors

Res judicata bars bias suit by convicted law prof, 8th Circuit rules

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS drops case after pro se litigant goes missing

Consumer Law

Debt buyer will seek to vacate 4,500 judgments, pay $675K to settle AG suit

Ethics

It’s unethical for prosecutors to allow debt collectors to use official letterhead, says ABA opinion