Health Law

U.S. Supreme Court

Will SCOTUS gut the health-care law? Rule for gay marriage? Yes and yes, analyst says


Hackers who attacked Sony Pictures posted employee medical info online

Corporate Law

Lawyers targeted in sophisticated email hack attack seeking insider-trading info, consultant says

Insurance Law

Paying workers with health issues to get exchange-market insurance violates the law, feds say

Health Law

Fast-food sellers must list calories ‘clearly and conspicuously’ on menus within a year, FDA says

Health Law

FDA restricts use of device blamed for spreading uterine cancer, after news of patient deaths

Court Security

Court worker files HIPAA suit, says she was searched daily after misconstrued remark

Criminal Justice

Report: Sandy Hook shooter never got needed treatment despite disabilities dating to early childhood

Labor & Employment

Hospital chain says job applicants who test positive for ‘tobacco use’ won’t be hired

Government Law

Can Chicago deputize law firm to do city’s job? No, say companies sued in painkiller-marketing case

Family Law

Girl, 2, on life support as court decides dispute between mom and dad about donating her organs

Government Law

Unique city plan to ban all tobacco sales ignites firestorm among residents

Religious Law

Priests group says it won’t comply with DC Circuit ruling upholding contraceptive opt-out procedure

Health Law

Unconscious woman with medical insurance is taken to out-of-network hospital, owes $50K

Trials & Litigation

Family of Ebola patient initially not admitted has settled with Dallas hospital

Advertising Law

Mayonnaise maker’s suit claims Just Mayo isn’t the real thing

U.S. Supreme Court

Is the health-care law doomed by new SCOTUS cert grant?

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS accepts another challenge to the health-care law; subsidies at issue


This Duquesne law grad surpassed his aspirations when he filed a groundbreaking NFL concussion suit

American Bar Association

Florida law restricting doctors’ gun discussions should be overturned, ABA says in amicus brief