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- ABA Journal

Criminal Justice

Michigan woman is charged in alleged death threats against federal judge, prosecutor

The New Normal

Firms of the future must orbit around the client

Criminal Justice

Inmates respond to philosophy prof’s moral exploration of ancient play

Criminal Justice

Man pleads guilty to setting fire at lawyer’s home

Criminal Justice

Person of interest in lawyer’s slaying is likely a woman, police say; widow asks public for help

Business of Law

Receiver appointed for law firm $10M in debt; loans taken out by partner before suicide contested

Microsoft navigates an approach to paid sick leave


‘Obsessively frugal’ lawyer leaves $3.3M to Skid Row charities

Aviation & Space Law

Prosecutor: Co-pilot intentionally crashed plane into French Alps, killing 150

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge scolds BigLaw lawyers for ‘behemoth pleadings’ and ‘prolixity’

Constitutional Law

Lawyer’s proposed gay death penalty is ‘reprehensible,’ says state AG in bid to stop ballot process


Homeowner’s ‘electromagnetic hypersensitivity’ suit against neighbor fails on appeal

Question of the Week

What’s the most outlandish excuse you’ve heard someone give for being late to court?

Products Liability

After boy’s death from allergic reaction to cookie, family sues; says store violated labeling laws

Military Law

Army soldier Bowe Bergdahl, rescued by US through Gitmo prisoner swap, is charged with desertion

Business of Law

3 IP partners leap from Faegre to WilmerHale; more growth expected in Denver office

Trials & Litigation

Former Willkie partner accused of defrauding her firm faces scrutiny in credit-card cases

Consumer Law

Suit says debt-collection law firm submitted false affidavits, seeks to void thousands of judgments

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS revives pregnancy bias case; Scalia says majority used ‘Supreme Wand’ to create test

U.S. Supreme Court

Alabama redistricting challenge stays alive in SCOTUS; Scalia sees majority as ‘standby counsel’