Internet Law

Belgium authorities ask for Internet silence on police ops; Twitterverse responds with cat memes

Privacy Law

‘Hand-wringing’ over digital surveillance is obstacle in terrorism fight, CIA director says


Goldberg Segalla announces partner’s firing on YouTube after he insulted Liverpool fans on camera

Constitutional Law

Hacktivist group’s ‘Million Mask March’ sparks protests at US federal courthouses

Law Firms

Goodwin Procter opens Frankfurt office with 4 partners from Ashurst

Your ABA

Choir of lawyers is a hit at Magna Carta celebration

International Law

Polish judge rejects extradition for Polanski; will US continue to pursue case?

Criminal Justice

Reports: Attorney facing disciplinary matter shot bar chairman, then himself, at French courthouse

Entertainment & Sports Law

Refilming ‘Escape from New York’ plot in outer-space setting violated copyright law, court rules

Privacy Law

EU court strikes down agreement for digital transfers of personal data to US

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider whether RICO reaches acts committed overseas

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer who dodged train fare will pay restitution based on discounted weekly pass rate

International Law

Allen & Overy, first UK Magic Circle firm to open in Toronto, is closing its office there

Internet Law

French regulators reject Google’s attempts to limit the scope of European privacy ruling

International Law

After UK kills citizens in Syria in drone strike, critics question policy

Criminal Justice

Botched investigation, lack of evidence required acquittal of Amanda Knox, top Italian court says

Women in the Law

Was it ‘misogynistic behavior’? BigLaw partner is chided for comment on ‘stunning’ LinkedIn photo

Family Law

‘Gossip Girl’ actress in custody battle can’t keep kids in US, New York judge rules

Tort Law

Lawyer says US suit is planned over crash of German plane in French Alps


Citing twin law firm websites (1 real, 1 fake), bar group urges public to beware