International Courts/Tribunals

Privacy Law

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

White-Collar Crime

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

Internet Law

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


AG Loretta Lynch says US prosecutor will work at European police agency

Family Law

Served with process Tuesday, man shows up at court Wednesday with revving chainsaw, police say

Legal Rebels Profile

Vivek Maru: Drawing the arc to global justice

Opening Statements

EU court invalidates Louis Vuitton’s trademark on checkerboard pattern


Canadian lawsuit seeks $578M over dump of hacked info from Ashley Madison dating site

Animal Law

If US were to prosecute over Cecil the lion’s slaying in Africa, what would legal basis be?

Business of Law

Lawyer in Petrobras cases quits practice, cites concern for ‘security of my family’

International Law

US seeks to question Minnesota dentist in shooting of Cecil the lion

Trials & Litigation

Suspect is charged 30 years after fatal family-court-related attacks on judges, others

Entertainment & Sports Law

Top sports court nixes IAAF testosterone-based ban on some female athletes

Religious Law

Archdiocese seeks court order to end protesters’ 11-year vigil and close down deconsecrated church

Human Rights

China detains or queries 100 lawyers, activists and others in sweep targeting human rights law firms

Criminal Justice

Man charged in law office bombing case is having a hard time finding defense counsel

Contract Law

Law firm owes $35M to car dealers because it also represented government in GM talks

Criminal Justice

Divorce lawyer hurt by package bomb will return to work ASAP, bar president says

Internet Law

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

Health Law

Appeals court rebukes judge for breastfeeding ban on mom who got a tattoo, overturns order