Legislation & Lobbying

Trials and Litigation

Taxi drivers may have disparate-treatment claim against Chicago, says federal judge

White-Collar Crime

Former NY lawmaker who was paid $3.7M in law firm referral fees gets 12 years in corruption case

Legislation & Lobbying

Arizona lawmakers approve addition of 2 state supreme court justices, while some question motives

Labor & Employment

Restricting bathrooms for transgender employees violates Title VII, says EEOC

Entertainment & Sports Law

Another state bans fantasy sports sites for violating gambling laws

Opening Statements

Oregonians get a chance to erase marijuana-growing convictions

National Pulse

States seek to stop voters from posting ballot selfies

National Pulse

Parole programs find benefit in swift-and-certain approach

Your ABA

Midyear meeting tour provides an up-close look at immigration issues

Constitutional Law

Top Florida court strikes state statute that paid worker’s comp lawyer $1.53 per hour

Labor & Employment

As ‘deeply flawed’ revised persuader rule takes effect, ABA joins in effort to block it

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court majority appears to side with former governor appealing corruption conviction

Legislation & Lobbying

Despite 2014 law, those who can’t pay court fines are still jailed: So Colorado lawmaker tries again

U.S. Supreme Court

Does bank fraud law require proof of intent to cheat the bank? SCOTUS to decide

Criminal Justice

Drunken driving in one’s own driveway is not a crime, state appeals court rules

Legal Ethics

Lawyer with state attorneys general practice didn’t violate lobbying law, ethics commission finds

Government Law

Kentucky governor is looking for law firm to investigate predecessor

Trials and Litigation

Trial date set for Sandy Hook lawsuit against gun companies

U.S. Supreme Court

Maryland program to encourage new generation of electricity is pre-empted, Supreme Court says

Health Law

New Florida law seeks to prevent big hospital billing surprises