Civil Procedure

Antitrust Law

After last-minute lead plaintiff substitution, iPod users seek $350M at trial and get zilch

U.S. Supreme Court

Unusual SCOTUS lineup supports class-action defendant seeking to transfer case to federal court

U.S. Supreme Court

Pro se cert petitioner can’t be located; his SCOTUS brief is due soon

Civil Procedure

Judge boots lead plaintiff in $350M case at trial against Apple, orders counsel to find a substitute

Antitrust Law

Does $350M case at trial against Apple have a lead plaintiff? Judge hasn’t yet ruled

Celebrities

Bill Cosby seeks sanctions against plaintiff in sexual battery suit and her lawyer

Antitrust Law

Uh-oh. Did lead plaintiffs seeking $350M in Apple trial purchase iPods as required?

Law Firms

Venable sues ex-client over $300K bill, claiming fraudulent inducement

Consumer Law

Feds cite ‘epidemic’ of debt-collection abuse, charge 7 individuals and company in ongoing probe

Civil Rights

State of emergency in Missouri as grand jury mulls slaying of black teen in Ferguson

U.S. Supreme Court

US Supreme Court allows Kansas same-sex marriages to proceed; two justices dissent

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court temporarily blocks same-sex marriage in Kansas

U.S. Supreme Court

Imperfect statement of legal theory doesn’t justify dismissal of cops’ suit, SCOTUS rules

Judiciary

Admissions requests in federal judge’s divorce case are like rhetorical questions, his lawyer says

Family Law

Facebook post informing dad of planned adoption wasn’t adequate notice, top state court says

Constitutional Law

Same-sex marriage allowed in Idaho after SCOTUS and 9th Circuit lift stays

Election Law

7th Circuit won’t rehear voter ID case; Posner dissent cites ‘goofy, if not paranoid’ fraud evidence

Attorney General

Eric Holder won’t be held in contempt over ‘Fast and Furious’ documents, rules judge

Your ABA

Need to Know: Americans don’t see their issues as legal matters, study says

Your ABA

They’re No Hacks: Technology takes center stage as a tool to improve access to justice