Civil Procedure

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Law Schools

Judge orders law school to stop using its new name

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider suits against US officials by immigrants detained after Sept. 11 attacks


Federal judge is tossed from two cases for repeated failure to rule on pending motions

Internet Law

Service of process via Twitter is allowed in suit against Kuwaiti man accused of funding ISIS

Public Defenders

Pennsylvania supremes allow suit alleging inadequate funding for public defender office

U.S. Supreme Court

Straight-ticket voting will be allowed in Michigan after SCOTUS denies stay

U.S. Supreme Court

Chief justice blocks congressional subpoena of Backpage; website claims First Amendment harms

Supreme Court Nominations

Harry Reid has a plan to force action on Garland nomination; lawsuit has the same goal

National Pulse

New York program provides public defenders in deportation cases

Privacy Law

3rd Circuit refuses to reseal damaging Cosby deposition, but questions ‘public moralist’ rationale

Your ABA

Veterans Village of San Diego provides holistic services, including homeless court and legal aid

Constitutional Law

Judge exceeded authority by ordering ethics classes for possibly 3,000 DOJ lawyers, brief says

Legal Ethics

Lawyer can appeal sanction order though fine has been paid by her employer, Posner opinion says

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court ruled for postal worker in dispute over time limit for constructive discharge claim

Civil Procedure

GOP lawmakers outside challenged congressional district have no standing in appeal, SCOTUS says

Corporate Law

Claims of corruption by Wal-Mart in Mexico fizzle; Delaware court nixes shareholder suit

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court sends Spokeo misinformation suit back to 9th Circuit for a second look at standing

Trials & Litigation

Rebuked after muttered remarks at federal sentencing, defense lawyer says cursing is commonplace

Legal Ethics

Disbarred lawyer says he will continue to practice while appealing the order

Legislation & Lobbying

Despite 2014 law, those who can’t pay court fines are still jailed: So Colorado lawmaker tries again
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