Corporate Compliance

ABA Midyear

Human rights should be a priority in oil, gas and mining industries, say speakers at ABA Midyear

Cover Story

How Dewey management’s rosy picture masked an ugly truth

Business of Law

White-collar litigation trio leaps from Morgan Lewis to McGuireWoods

Report from Governmental Affairs

ABA urges the Treasury Department to exempt law firm clients from certain reporting rules


Dec. 2, 2001: Enron files for bankruptcy

Animal Law

Wind farm sues feds to stop release of bird-death data to Associated Press

First Amendment

Firearms dealers sue California officials over ban on handgun window displays

Supreme Court Report

The Sashimi Provision

Criminal Justice

Americans worry most about becoming victims of this crime

Constitutional Law

US threatened $250K daily fine to get Yahoo to turn over users’ email information

International Law

9th Circuit resurrects alien tort suit claiming companies aided child slavery overseas

Energy Law

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

Corporate Law

Top state court says Wal-Mart must produce bribery probe documents to shareholders

The New Normal

‘Brain surgeon’ lawyering in crises isn’t enough

Corporate Law

Businesses face e-discovery issues with social media


Judge Jed Rakoff’s stance on the SEC deals draws fire, praise—and change

Business of Law

Dechert looks to Hollywood for marketing edge (video)

Antitrust Law

Anheuser-Busch is cleared to acquire Modelo after court accepts antitrust settlement

Opening Statements

Hearsay: Do you have an unusual hobby?

Practice Niche

Outsourcing Adviser: Law Firm Helps Clients Manage LPO Services