Just a few short years ago, Donald French was on the verge of saving the world. Or at least he was promoting a movie in which he and his kid brother would rescue the planet just by standing on mountaintops, sailing the high seas, diving with dolphins and running across suspension bridges.
For the most part, cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States are cases that the Court has elected, as a matter of its discretion, to decide. There are very few criminal cases that the Supreme Court must hear.
Nasdaq OMX Group, Inc. announced today that it will enter into a joint venture with SharesPost, Inc. to form a marketplace for the trading of shares of unlisted companies.
The national dialogue about changing legal education has proposed many ideas aimed at making the system better, one of which being the outright elimination of the third year of law school.
The Society of General Internal Medicine convened the National Commission on Payment Reform to formulate a recommendation for healthcare payment reform.
U.S. District Judge Rakoff ruled on whether copying legal filings amounts to copyright infringement. His verdict: it does not.
No doubt you have heard, read or seen reports about the sequestration process. As part of the Budget Control Act of 2011, Congress passed and President Obama signed into law an automatic, indiscriminate process of across-the-board budget cuts called sequestration.
With the release of the iPhone 5 last fall, we at the Retail Law Advisor have highlighted some of the advantages and challenges faced by retailers in adapting to new forms of mobile payment technology.
Over the past month, as we recognized the 20th Anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act, advocates for employees and employers have been clamoring for changes to the Act.