Business of Law

Clyde & Co. to acquire 18-lawyer Miami firm, seeks to be top US insurance coverage shop

Trademark Law

Law student prevails against Marvel and DC Comics over use of word ‘superhero’ in book title

International Law

Hungry man who stole cheese and hot dogs did not commit a crime, says Italy’s top court


Solving Mysteries: Lawyers play detective in legal writing

International Law

Mass murderer calls microwaved prison meals ‘worse than waterboarding’

Business of Law

Slater and Gordon could be on the brink after reporting huge losses in the second half of 2015

Criminal Justice

2 brothers got no time in drug case until they mocked judge in crude Facebook posts after sentencing

Business of Law

Squire Patton to acquire 50-lawyer California firm with international expertise

International Law

As Canada’s Gowlings completes 1,400-attorney merger with UK firm, more growth is already planned

Intellectual Property Law

Court rejects effort to trademark shape of KitKat candy bar

Education Law

Spelling error sparks police terrorism investigation of schoolboy, 10

Real Estate & Property Law

Hackers are stealing closing funds by intercepting lawyer-client email, experts say

International Law

IMF chief Christine Lagarde faces surprise prosecution over her previous work as finance minister

Business of Law

LegalZoom is acquiring a UK law firm

Human Rights

Northern Ireland’s abortion prohibitions violate human rights, Belfast judge rules

International Law

UK approves its first deferred prosecution agreement in bank’s bribery case

Business of Law

Will first law firm to go public face a shareholder suit? Stock prices seesaw with whiplash plan

Law Firms

This law firm is the world’s oldest

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