International Law

Executive Branch

Obama plans to use executive power to help normalize relations with Cuba

Entertainment & Sports Law

Sony Pictures cancels ‘Interview’ movie release, cites ‘unprecedented criminal assault’ by hackers

Criminal Justice

Germany OKs prosecution of former Nazi SS guard, now 93

Criminal Justice

Lawyer and cafe manager killed in Sydney hostage siege hailed as heroes; why wasn’t suspect in jail?

Criminal Justice

Should those who OK’d ‘brutal interrogation techniques in violation of US law’ be prosecuted?


US judge’s name is a household word in Argentina

Aviation & Space Law

Amid talk of possible carry-on ban, plane passenger charged with using backpack as dangerous weapon


Feds say 1789 law requires Apple to help government get encrypted smartphone data


Lawyers and judges face hurdles in struggle to cope with influx of young immigrants

Legal Ethics

Judge to end case over nude photos posted online by her husband by retiring from bench

Criminal Justice

Did burglars target attorneys’ home based on their law firm website profiles?

Trials & Litigation

Unusual suit says banks are linked to Iraq attacks, seeks damages under terrorism-support law

Entertainment & Sports Law

Rolling Stones settle $12.7M insurance claim over shows canceled due to Jagger’s girlfriend’s death

Immigration Law

Law grad convicted of concealing Israel bombings conviction to get US citizenship

Internet Law

Authorities arrest 17, take down 410 illegal sites in Web raid infiltrating Tor anonymity software

Constitutional Law

UK intelligence may have eavesdropped for years on lawyer-client communications, documents show

Legal Ethics

Lawyer is reportedly missing, along with over $3 million in trust account

Visual Law

In the Matrix: Clients get a colorful assessment of global risk

Business of Law

Sparks fly over mistranslated Orrick press release about new Ivory Coast office

International Law

Nudity is not a human right, European court rules in case of ‘naked rambler’