Europe

Internet Law

Dutch court to Facebook: Turn over info about sex video or give outside expert access to servers

ABA London Sessions

Magna Carta’s 800th birthday brings vows of rededication to its ideals

ABA London Sessions

Where rule of law is present, corporations can invest and promote human rights, panelists say

ABA London Sessions

‘I’d give anything to have the ABA work with the judiciary in Iraq,’ UK trade envoy says

ABA London Sessions

UK and US legal systems both sprung from the Magna Carta, but many jurisdictional differences exist

ABA London Sessions

The Magna Carta is one of Britain’s best exports, Cherie Blair says

ABA London Sessions

How different would our world be today had the Magna Carta never been sealed?

ABA London Sessions

ABA’s Magna Carta anniversary celebrations kick off in London

Banking Law

UK court says ex-Dewey leader must repay $540K capital loan; he hopes US court will cancel it

Criminal Justice

FIFA officials indicted by US in claimed $150M ‘World Cup of Fraud’ scheme

Family Law

London judge sides with divorcing US lawyer in battle over baby grand piano

Business of Law

Law firm poised to be UK’s first to go public, hopes to raise $15M in IPO

Privacy Law

Bill advances that would expand government surveillance powers in France

Environmental Law

Does a country have a legal duty to reduce its carbon footprint? Dutch court to decide landmark case

Aviation & Space Law

Airline crash occurred in Europe, but attorneys are pondering possible US lawsuit

Criminal Justice

Trial set to begin for former SS guard charged as accessory to 300,000 murders in World War II

Work-Life Balance

Demanding work schedules are damaging their health, say 82% of surveyed lawyers

Antitrust Law

Google is accused by European Union of violating antitrust laws

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer says his restitution for dodging thousands in train fares should reflect weekly pass rate

Constitutional Law

Turkish prosecutor taken hostage by terror group dies after courthouse shootout