ABA Journal

The National Pulse

444 ABA Journal The National Pulse articles.

Foreign Turf

Human Rights Suits Against Corporations Hinge on How Open the Door Is

Hearsay, Gone Tomorrow

Domestic Violence Cases at Issue as Judges Consider Which Evidence to Allow

Executive Decisions

Not Since Nixon Has the High Court Offered so Many Rulings on Presidential Power

Back from the Brink

After the Bubble, Silicon Valley Finds a Kinder, Gentler Brand of Lawyering

High Marks

Members of Online Law School’s First Graduating Class Are Off to a Good Start

Bringing Them Back to Doe

Pseudonyms Are on the Rise, But Many Judges Question Need to Mask Plaintiff IDs

Finite Federalism

In Recent Cases, Supreme Court Puts the Brakes on its Drive for States’ Rights

Enron Lawyers in the Hot Seat

Bankruptcy Examination Outlines Possible Causes of Action

When Clinical Trials Fail

Case Favoring Cancer Research Center May Be First of Many in Brave New World

Avoiding Lawrence

Courts Considering Last Year’s Major Gay Rights Ruling Are Treading Carefully

Spreading The Money Around

Changes to Campaign Financing Laws Boost Legal Profession as Biggest Donor

Truth To Tell

Attorneys for a Murder Suspect Say Brain Fingerprinting Proves His Innocence

Pacific Overtures

U.S. Firms Find the Asian Legal Market Tough to Crack

Too Much Information?

County Clerks Tussle With Nervous State Officials Over Posting Court Records Online

Gambling On Casino Cases

Compulsive Rollers Are Suing the House, Betting That Courts Will Find Casinos Liable

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