Corporate Law

Business of Law

Law partner creates SheStarts, a group to help female entrepreneurs

Business of Law

Should law firms seeking a base in Asia set up shop in Singapore or Hong Kong?

Corporate Law

Appeals court says only qualified privilege covered lawyer’s demand letter, but nixes libel case

Products Liability

Woman sues over barbecue brush, seeks unspecified damages for surgery costs

Government Law

Felony Franks reopens in Chicago suburb after sign dispute leads to closing of city operation

Trials & Litigation

Midwest law firm wins record $62M settlement from Lockheed in suit over 401(k) fees

Trials & Litigation

Silicon Valley agog as trial looms in high-profile sex-discrimination case against Kleiner Perkins

Trials & Litigation

Ex-clients sue Winstead contending ‘countless mistakes’ on loan workout cost them $20M

Verdicts & Settlements

Estate of ‘kung fu judge’ wins $750K in suit over his claimed unlawful confinement in nursing home

Tort Law

Appeals court: City can be sued over faded crosswalk; will comparative negligence still bar claim?

Corporate Law

Foreign companies losing discovery battles when their in-house counsel don’t meet US standards

Consumer Law

Bankruptcy court battle looms over economic-loss claims against GM concerning ignition-switch issues

Admiralty & Maritime Law

Captain guilty in Costa Concordia shipwreck that killed 32; gets 16 years

Corporate Law

Still battling code-theft case, former Goldman Sachs programmer sues bank for legal fees

Disability Law

Woman sues P.F. Chang’s, says restaurant’s higher prices for gluten-free food violate ADA

Cybersecurity

Be careful what you say when your smart TV is on, Samsung warns customers

ABA Midyear

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

Cybersecurity

Hack on health insurer exposes personal info of 80 million customers and employees

Evidence

Exec asked general counsel to pull up shirt but didn’t spot FBI body cam, news report says

Cover Story

How Dewey management’s rosy picture masked an ugly truth