West Virginia University College of Law promoted Greg Bowman to dean on Friday, after he had served as interim dean for nearly a year. Meanwhile, the University of New Mexico announced that School of Law dean David Herring would step down on July 1 after two years on the job.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked for the views of the Obama administration on a dispute between states over Colorado's 2012 legalization of marijuana.
A round up of news from ALM affiliated publications and around the web: breaking down last week's same-sex marriage arguments, the cost of graying prisons and DOJ says it will disclose more information on cell phone tracking.
When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau busts a company for wrongdoing, the penalties usually involve refunding improper fees or paying a fine. In a settlement announced today, the company must repair a road.
Facing stiff regulatory resistance, Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable are expected to pull the plug on their $45 billion merger more than a year after the deal was announced. A lawyer involved in the process said the companies could not persuade the Federal Communications Commission that the merger offered sufficient benefits for consumers.
A debtor in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding may not immediately appeal the rejection of his proposed repayment plan, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court took action Monday that may bring it closer to refereeing an interstate dispute over Colorado’s 2012 legalization of marijuana.