The future of the nation’s health insurance law appeared Wednesday to rest with Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. and Justice Anthony Kennedy.
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Arnold & Porter posted its second-best business year ever in 2014. Still, growth was modest, whether to profitability or revenue. “In a very competitive market, we had a strong year," firm chairman Thomas Milch said.
During the past five years, African-American residents of Ferguson, Missouri, disproportionately were the victims of discriminatory and illegal conduct by police and court officials, the U.S. Department of Justice concluded in a report released on Wednesday.
A company that touted its online reviews without mentioning that it gave customers who wrote them a discount settled deceptive advertising charges with the Federal Trade Commission on Friday.
More than two years after Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. self-reported its wrongdoing to securities regulators, the company has agreed to pay $16 million to settle foreign-bribery charges.
FBI and DOJ Criminal Division records related to the ongoing WikiLeaks investigation were properly shielded from the public, a federal district judge ruled on Wednesday. The Electronic Privacy Information Center sued for the records.
Eight years after reaching a $49 million settlement in a closely watched antitrust case over the Barbri bar review course, McGuireWoods was in court again on Wednesday in a spat over legal fees in the case.