International Law

Business of Law

Law firms run 24-hour hotlines for client questions after Britain votes to leave European Union

Law Firms

Mayer Brown sets up first Dubai office

Tort Law

New suits filed over sperm donor who claimed to be a neuroscientist, but wasn’t

Business of Law

Womble Carlyle announces strategic alliance with UK firm

Education Law

Clients drop firm after lawyer uses Twitter to celebrate ‘win’ against parents of disabled children

International Law

Law student in Mexico is reunited with his US mom 20 years after kidnapping

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge nixes big-game hunter’s suit over airline’s refusal to transport trophy rhinoceros

Labor & Employment

Court awards over $500K in wrongful dismissal case to rogue trader who cost bank nearly $7B

International Law

Panama firm obscured the trail of US funds to protect clients’ money from scrutiny, says NY Times

Law Firms

Norton Rose Fulbright raids Sidley for 17-lawyer practice group and opens new San Francisco office

International Law

8 years after landmark international manhunt, ex-teacher gets time for Cambodia child-sex crimes

Precedents

June 8, 1968: James Earl Ray is captured

Cover Story

A new dawn for Cuba as it opens for business

Business of Law

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

Law Firms

Law firm loses bid to hold banks accountable for its $287K loss in cashier’s check fraud

Business of Law

New focus of litigation funding is law firms’ entire portfolios of cases

Cybersecurity

‘John Doe’ says he leaked law firm’s Panama Papers to show why income inequality is a big problem

Corporate Law

New Treasury Dept. rule requires banks to identify owners of shell companies that open accounts

International Law

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

Business of Law

Struggling Slater & Gordon makes deal with lenders, boosting stock price, but won’t pay dividends