One of the most difficult hurdles our clients face is the potential loss of their license.
This week, we’re turning our attention to a new subject, tracking which Justices most often dissented, year by year, and which Justices tended to write the longest and shortest dissents.
Yesterday, we began our examination of the Court’s majority opinions in the past six years by analyzing the opinions in civil cases.
For those watching in the trading world, the U.S. Supreme Court has confirmed that your friends can, indeed, pass on a gift of non-public information about a company that could leave you criminally liable for insider trading, even if they gain nothing concrete in return.
In today’s New York Times, former Chief Justice Norman Fletcher has written an editorial denouncing the upcoming execution of the Georgia inmate sentenced to death in 1990.
The $40,000,000 fine levied against Princess Cruises last week raises the issue of what cruise executives knew about the illegal dumping of oil-contaminated waste from the Caribbean Princess cruise ship and the other illegal practices which took place on the Star Princess, Grand Princess, Coral Princess and Golden Princess.
Yesterday, I spoke at a continuing legal education conference for the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Colleges and Universities Take Note: Employment Applications Must Comply with “Ban the Box” Legislation by January 1, 2017
If you have not already done your “Ban the Box” revisions to your initial employment application paperwork there is still time, but do not delay!
Yesterday, we reviewed the California Supreme Court’s experience with amicus curiae briefs in civil cases between 2008 and 2015.