Europe

Criminal Justice

Germany OKs prosecution of former Nazi SS guard, now 93

Aviation & Space Law

Amid talk of possible carry-on ban, plane passenger charged with using backpack as dangerous weapon

Criminal Justice

Did burglars target attorneys’ home based on their law firm website profiles?

Law Firms

Top showbiz team is exiting O’Melveny for Latham

Entertainment & Sports Law

Rolling Stones settle $12.7M insurance claim over shows canceled due to Jagger’s girlfriend’s death

Internet Law

Authorities arrest 17, take down 410 illegal sites in Web raid infiltrating Tor anonymity software

Medical Malpractice

For older women, sex isn’t as important, Portuguese court says, igniting outrage

International Law

Nudity is not a human right, European court rules in case of ‘naked rambler’

Criminal Justice

Man avoids UK prosecution for two years with coma and quadriplegia claims; video shows him walking

Business of Law

More lawyers exit Bingham and Dickstein; Switching firms no longer carries stigma, says WSJ

Careers

Dechert partner says she doesn’t want to ‘have it all’; she just wants what men have

International Law

UK top court overturns 180 divorces by Italians over ‘conspiracy to pervert the course of justice’

Criminal Justice

Rape conviction overturned because defendant suffered from sexsomnia

Criminal Justice

In prison for 30 years, Belgian inmate wins OK for assisted suicide

Law Firms

22 Bingham partners, including 18 in London, leap to Akin Gump

Family Law

Gunman kills lawyer, wounds client in shooting at Denmark courthouse

Trials & Litigation

Claimed Nazi volunteer during World War II, now 93, charged in deaths of 300K at Auschwitz

Law Firms

BuckleySandler is opening a London office

Law Firms

Will Bingham lose its London managing partner? Merger talks said to spur possible exodus

Business of Law

Hinshaw & Culbertson to acquire 45-attorney California firm