Civil Procedure

Constitutional Law

ACLU lawsuit says county is jailing people who can’t afford to pay fines

Consumer Law

Dozens of VW lawsuits will almost surely be consolidated, but where?

Animal Law

PETA lawyer discusses monkey’s copyright suit over selfie

Appellate Practice

Lawyer who blamed difficulties of solo practice for mistakes in brief won’t get a third chance

Legislation & Lobbying

ABA letter says tort reform bill could actually increase litigation

Legal Rebels Profile

Michael Hollander’s digital expungement generator cleans records by the thousands

Consumer Law

Deceptive practices suits say McCormick put 25% less pepper in its usual tin containers

Legal Rebels Profile

Kyle Rimel: Using technology to bring court services to remote areas

Disability Law

Trial court should not have dismissed law student’s disability complaint, 9th Circuit says

Constitutional Law

House has standing to sue Obama administration over health-law payments, judge rules

Religious Law

Kentucky clerk who won’t issue same-sex marriage licenses is ordered to go to jail

Privacy Law

Injunction against NSA phone records program is vacated by DC Circuit

Legal Ethics

Training-video sanction for deposition interruptions by Jones Day partner is tossed on appeal

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge orders lawyer who leaked docs to media to take ethics classes, do community service

Executive Branch

House suit against Obama gets a boost from Supreme Court decision on standing

Constitutional Law

Clerk’s office defies federal judge’s order to issue same-sex marriage licenses

Family Law

‘Gossip Girl’ actress in custody battle can’t keep kids in US, New York judge rules

Civil Procedure

Associate’s detective work helps get case moved from New York to California

Entertainment & Sports Law

Federal judge in Minnesota kicks ‘Deflategate’ case back to NYC counterpart


Facebook lacks standing to challenge subpoenas of users’ info in disability case, appeals court says