The National Survey on State Laws is a HeinOnline resource that provides an overall view of state laws with a state by state comparison feature. This database is derived from Richard Leiter’s National Survey of State Laws print editions. The survey has been updated and is now in its 8th edition. New topics added to this edition include Beer Law and Voter Laws.
More than 150 people had submitted public comment to the Nevada Supreme Court, many in favor of an emergency diploma privilege that would allow law graduates to be admitted without taking the exam.
"Look, we have great respect for the institution of the Supreme Court of the United States, but Chief Justice John Roberts has been a disappointment to conservatives," Pence told Christian Broadcasting Network.
"For the past several months, I have not missed exercising a single day, and as a result, I feel accomplished and grateful."
Wigdor attorneys said Donald Lewis had "dragged" their client into the "food fight" with Pierce Bainbridge to punish her for raising the allegations in the first place.
Attorneys may be ready and willing to innovate following the barrage of changes that have come their way during the COVID-19 pandemic. But with law firms potentially in midst of a very busy season, it may be harder to get dormant innovation projects off the ground.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed Senior U.S. District Judge Ellen Huvelle's decision, finding that the judge "got it just right."
360 Business Law launched its U.S. subsidiary just before the start of the pandemic. Its leaders hope to build a firm with a presence in all 50 states.
The lawsuit, which was filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, argues that the NRA has diverted money away from its mission as a New York-chartered nonprofit for the personal gain of its top management.
In a Wednesday order, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation rejected requests from plaintiffs' lawyers to coordinate cases on behalf of agents against more than 200 banks across the nation. The sheer number of defendants posed a problem for the panel.
The suit alleges that Aaron Chase was fired as a direct result of complications relating to a concussion he suffered nine months before.
A Penn Law webinar titled "Reimagining Legal Operations" examined a corporate legal ecosystem that is rapidly transforming due to heightened levels of risk and the broadening array of skills such as technology and project management needed to succeed.
Microsoft's chief legal officer announced the tech giant's zero waste plan, spotlighting the top lawyer's role in elevating corporate sustainability. Also, general counsel aren't taking their own well-being into consideration amid COVID-19 crisis, according to a new report.
An Uber spokesperson responded: "The vast majority of California drivers want to work independently, and we've already made significant changes to our app to ensure that remains the case under state law."
NJ Appeals Court Says Plaintiffs' Experts in J&J Talc Suits Met 'Accutane' Standard for Scientific Evidence
The ruling allows two cases to proceed to trial, and it also ends a multiyear stay on about 800 other suits pending in Atlantic County by other women who claim they developed ovarian cancer from using talc products.
Álvaro Uribe faces allegations of witness tampering—and the order to place him under house arrest tests the court's independence in a country where some view the former president as a hero.
The state and city government orders required alterations that "rendered plaintiffs' properties non-functional or only partially functional as restaurants or bars," wrote Jenner & Block partner Jeremy Creelan.
'Start Working on It Now': Federal Judge Orders ICE Detention Center to Procure Quick-Turnaround COVID-19 Tests
"It's becoming more and more obvious that we're dealing with institutions that really don't seem to care," said U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria. "They don't actually care about the thing they should be caring about, which is avoiding the spread of the virus."
Multiple firms are working with various drug, device and delivery companies in what is one of the most ambitious medical efforts in decades.