This week, 185 corporate counsel urged Congress to support funding for Legal Services Corp. We reached out to several of the in-house lawyers who signed the letter to talk about the LSC and its connection to corporate legal departments.
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U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch emerged unscathed from two very long days of questioning by the Senate Judiciary Committee but his biggest hurdle may be yet to come.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit agreed Thursday to expedite a challenge to President Donald Trump’s travel ban executive order, setting oral arguments in the case for May 8 at the court in Richmond.
CFPB director Richard Cordray, speaking on Thursday at a U.S. Chamber event in Washington, defended the consumer agency against an oft-made charge: That the Obama-era bureau engages in "regulation by enforcement."
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, who could be Donald Trump's pick to lead the Federal Trade Commission, says more companies should get to know their state attorney general offices.
In a ruling that could expose the shipper to steep penalties, a judge faulted UPS for turning a blind eye to illegal cigarette shipments until it was faced with legal action.
As Hawaii prepares for a hearing Wednesday, the Trump administration looks to capitalize on an early win in Virginia.