International Law

International Law

New court at one of world’s busiest train stations will speed administration of justice


DOJ: Hacking schemes ‘breathtaking in size and scope’ targeted 12 companies, got data on 100 million

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

National Pulse

Chinese companies doing business in the US build barriers to legal remedies

Law Practice

Chinese firms keep a low profile in the US, but ambitions grow

International Law

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

Criminal Justice

Efforts to curb Taser use by border patrol follow reports of injuries, newspaper says

Criminal Justice

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

Executive Branch

Book: 4 federal lawyers OK’d raid in which Bin Laden was slain before consulting AG Eric Holder

Immigration Law

Black US citizen seeks refugee status in Canada on account of his race

Constitutional Law

Baby born on China Airlines flight diverted to Alaska eligible for US citizenship, official says

Criminal Justice

Lawyer arrested for allegedly helping Mexican drug kingpin escape from prison

Copyright Law

Standing issue gives Jay Z win in infringement suit over ‘Big Pimpin’’

Trials & Litigation

Rhino hunter and US clubs sue Delta Airlines over transport ban on big-game trophies

Entertainment & Sports Law

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

International Law

Pistorius to serve remaining sentence for law grad’s slaying on house arrest


In a first, US claims hacker’s actions provided material support to terrorists

Trials & Litigation

ACLU sues 2 psychologists who ‘designed the torture methods’ used by CIA

Legal Technology

Synthetic DNA could help foil problem of forged art, experts say