In law schools across the U.S., professors are discussing current events and social justice movements in their courses. The idea? To demonstrate how race and class intersect with law.
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Thomas Tamm, a former U.S. Department of Justice lawyer who faced disciplinary action for leaking information to the press about domestic surveillance under President George W. Bush, was censured on Thursday by the D.C. Court of Appeals.
Hillary Clinton still faces scrutiny over her email practices as secretary of state, but a federal court ruling on Friday cleared the Democratic presidential nominee from facing an in-person deposition by a government watchdog group’s lawyers. Although she will have to submit to answering questions in writing.
The pharmaceuticals company Mylan N.V., under pressure for the price surge of its life-saving EpiPen device, has turned to McDermott Will & Emery in the face of mounting criticism from Congress.
Tipsters who only disclose corporate misconduct internally or to a federal agency other than the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission are still entitled to broad anti-retaliation protections, a commission lawyer told a federal appeals court Wednesday.
A Securities and Exchange Commission accountant said Thursday that he does not expect regulators to issue guidance specifying when a relationship crosses the line and compromises the review of a company’s books.
More than a dozen objectors have urged a federal judge to reject Volkswagen’s $14.7 billion emissions settlement next month—most of them criticizing a potential $324 million in fees lead plaintiffs attorneys said they might pursue.