International Law

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Copyright Law

Paul McCartney suit seeks to regain copyright interest in early songs

International Law

ABA initiative pulls out of Beijing amid uncertainty caused by law regulating foreign nonprofits

International Law

Trump picks Skadden partner as US trade representative

Cover Story

Erasing the News: Should some stories be forgotten?

Immigration Law

International human rights tribunal discusses low asylum grant rates in US immigration court

Law Firms

Dentons launches new shared services hub in Poland, will lay off about 25 in UK

International Law

WikiLeaks founder is questioned in Ecuadorian embassy about rape allegations

International Law

No Brexit without Parliament OK, UK’s High Court rules

Features

Trans-Pacific Partnership raises question: How should governments and corporations resolve disputes?

Law Practice

Uncertainty about Brexit gives UK lawyers a boost

International Law

Northern Ireland judge rejects legal challenges to Brexit

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider suit over border agent’s shooting of teen on Mexican side of the border

Internet Law

Service of process via Twitter is allowed in suit against Kuwaiti man accused of funding ISIS

The Modern Law Library

A seismic shift in how the US wages war, and what it means for the American public (podcast)

Terrorism

Congress approves bill allowing families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia

Business of Law

Rocket Lawyer launches European joint venture, contemplates leaving UK in the wake of Brexit vote

Criminal Justice

Ryan Lochte is indicted in Brazil

Criminal Justice

US swimmer agrees to charity payment to avoid prosecution in robbery scandal, lawyer says

Criminal Justice

Two US swimmers are pulled from plane; official alleges armed robbery claim was a lie

Criminal Justice

Brazilian judge orders seizure of passports of US swimmers Lochte and Feigen after robbery report
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