A high-profile trademark fight centered on the Asian-American rock band The Slants ended Monday with a ruling that the Lanham Act's prohibition against "disparaging" marks violates the First Amendment.
U.S. Supreme Court wins are getting fairly routine for this self-described "law nerd." Five victories make Jenner & Block partner Adam Unikowsky a rising star at the firm, which lost its previous Supreme Court "dynamic duo" of Paul Smith and Donald Verrilli in recent years.
The president attacked the courts and his own Justice Department in a flurry of early-morning tweets regarding his travel ban order.
Seven years after he wrote a book about impeachment, then-Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over one: the trial of President Bill Clinton in 1999, which resulted in acquittal. What follow are observations from Rehnquist about impeachment.
On the rare occasions when he felt the U.S. Supreme Court had messed up, the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist was fond of saying, "Even Homer nods." The court nodded Monday and confessed that it had almost drummed the wrong lawyer out of the Supreme Court bar.
Former President Barack Obama rejected a pathway to a Supreme Court clerkship, saying that's not how you make change.
Last year a spokeswoman said the court's budget hearing did not take place because of "a compressed Supreme Court and congressional schedule."
David Stras once wrote that U.S. Supreme Court justices should not have term limits. Instead, he said they should be incentivized to leave when they get old, through "golden parachute" pensions and a heavier workload, including being forced to hear cases around the country by "riding the circuits."
Trump's warning to Comey referencing recordings has prompted legal experts and analysts to highlight the legal link to Watergate.
On the eve of his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday, Solicitor General-nominee Noel Francisco is the focus of a lawsuit seeking information about his participation in the legal battle over President Donald Trump's travel ban.