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.
- No Early Win for Trump in Suit Against Celeb Chef, Judge Rules
- At Museum Opening, Roberts Speaks of 'Shame and Hope' From Supreme Court on Civil Rights
- Trump Avoids Big Law Again in New List of Possible SCOTUS Picks
- FTC and Herbalife Snub Big Law for Consulting Firm As Compliance Monitor
- Justice Kennedy Laments 'Hostile, Fractious' U.S. Politics
- Judge Reflects on ‘Long Road’ to African-American History Museum
Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. appeared Saturday in his role as chancellor of the Smithsonian Institution at the opening for the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
"The verdict on freedom is out," Kennedy told lawyers at the International Bar Association's annual gathering in Washington.
The Federal Trade Commission and Herbalife chose consulting firm Affiliated Monitors Inc. over a number of Big Law bidders for the role of compliance monitor in $200 million settlement.
Searching for solutions to the skyrocketing cost of the EpiPen, lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee looked to Mylan chief executive officer Heather Bresch on Wednesday and asked why the pharmaceutical company could not lower the price for the drug delivery device used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions.
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.