International Law

Family Law

London judge sides with divorcing US lawyer in battle over baby grand piano

Trials & Litigation

Immigration attorney arrested in federal sting, accused of trying to help client flee US

Business of Law

Law firm poised to be UK’s first to go public, hopes to raise $15M in IPO

Constitutional Law

John Paul Stevens says some held at Gitmo should get reparations from US government

Asked and Answered

So you want to practice overseas? (podcast with transcript)

Environmental Law

Does a country have a legal duty to reduce its carbon footprint? Dutch court to decide landmark case

Features

How these American lawyers have built their lives and careers in foreign lands

Business of Law

Opposing moves by U.S. firms in China show difficulty of overseas practice

Aviation & Space Law

Airline crash occurred in Europe, but attorneys are pondering possible US lawsuit

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer’s routine day in court ends when car bursts into flames in parking lot

Criminal Justice

Trial set to begin for former SS guard charged as accessory to 300,000 murders in World War II

Trials & Litigation

Employer ordered to pay $270K plus $2.1M in attorney’s fees, federal judge rules

Legal Ethics

Offended by victim-impact statement, judge comments on Facebook; is it an ethics violation?

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer says his restitution for dodging thousands in train fares should reflect weekly pass rate

Corporate Law

AT&T to pay record $25M to settle with FCC over privacy breach at call centers

Criminal Justice

Man who lied about assets to get free defense counsel is convicted of perjury in federal court

Privacy Law

Does Facebook’s facial recognition technology violate privacy laws?

Aviation & Space Law

Germanwings co-pilot’s browser showed research on suicide and cockpit door security

Law Firms

Hogan Lovells announces plan to open offices in Australia

10 Questions

This D.C. lawyer coordinated a massive pro bono effort on behalf of Holocaust victims