The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law on Sept. 1 dedicated its new, $62.5 million building with U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Utah Gov. Gary Herbert in attendance. Meanwhile, students at Boston University School of Law also returned to campus this week in a revamped space.
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Former clients of Hogan Lovells legacy firm Hogan & Hartson have dismissed a lawsuit seeking to hold the firm liable for a $36 million loss in court.
The contraceptive coverage mandate of the federal health care law unconstitutionally distinguishes between religious and non-religious groups that oppose abortion, a federal district judge in Washington ruled on Monday.
A Washington federal appeals court held Tuesday for the second time that a part of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's conflict mineral labeling rule violates the First Amendment.
A senior executive from Takata Corp. appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday to update lawmakers on the recall of nearly 34 million vehicles installed with the company's air bags.
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A fight in the smartphone wars concerns intellectual property owners seeking to "hold up" development.
Could the justices soon confront a First Amendment challenge to the prohibition on demonstrations on their marble plaza?