A federal appeals court has reversed an unprecedented sanction that required a Jones Day partner to make a training video for the firm’s lawyers on how to avoid improper objections and other misconduct in depositions.
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The U.S. Supreme Court this term will decide whether its 2012 ban on mandatory life without parole sentences for juvenile murderers is retroactive. But some of those offenders and their lawyers hope for more from the justices.
In a sharp rejoinder to U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez's effort to dismiss his corruption indictment, the U.S. Department of Justice said last week the New Jersey Democrat is interpreting the U.S. Constitution's speech or debate clause broadly to immunize criminal activity.
A Washington federal appeals court held Tuesday for the second time that a part of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's conflict mineral labeling rule violates the First Amendment.
A senior executive from Takata Corp. appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday to update lawmakers on the recall of nearly 34 million vehicles installed with the company's air bags.