Vanderbilt University Law School will offer a marijuana law and policy seminar next semester. It is one of a growing number of law school classes focused on marijuana.
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- Executions Continue Decades-Long Decline, With Exceptions
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Google Inc. is trying to build public support for surveillance reform next year, saying on a new webpage that "2015 will be our moment."
News on tension at court houses across the country, and the legal industry’s reaction to U.S.-Cuban relations: This is a daily round-up from ALM affiliated publications and news outlets around the country. For more legal news, visit law.com.
A divided National Labor Relations Board on Friday adopted a new rule that speeds up and simplifies the process for holding union elections, prompting a sharp dissent from the two Republican members.
The battle over country-of-origin labeling for meat is heating up in Congress as a broad coalition of farm, labor, environmental and consumer groups squares off against opponents led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Manufacturers.
The number of death sentences and executions continued to decline in 2014, with a small handful of states bucking the decades-long trend.
Macy’s Inc. and jeans maker Citizens of Humanity LLC struck back in a putative class action over allegedly misleading “Made in the U.S.A.” labels.