The lawsuit marks the first time Trump has taken the House's Democratic majority to court in a bid to block enforcement of a congressional subpoena.
As we publish our early reports on Am Law 100 and 200 firm financials, we'll update this page, so follow along.
At the center of each case is Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which bars employers from discriminating because of sex, race, color, national origin or religion.
White-shoe firms such as Cravath and Sullivan & Cromwell say they are making progress, including helping to ensure new mothers can fill roles on deal teams.
From Florida, to New York, to California, the bar exam passage rate has been sliding across the country. A new Law.com series digs into why -- and what it means.
Let's hear it for the hardworking lawyers out there defending truth and the American Way with their trusty notepads!
As part of Law.com's series on the high rate of bar exam failure, we examine the steps law schools are taking to fix the problem.
Lisa "LD" Sergi Trager has resigned from the Los Angeles-based cannabis retailer along with the company's chief operating officer, almost three months after MedMen was hit with a wrongful termination lawsuit from the former chief financial officer.
A federal judge in San Francisco said that former NFL players hadn't alleged that the league had a direct hand in drugs being doled out inappropriately to get players back on the field.
The proposed rules aim to bring consistency to whistleblower protection standards across the EU, where only 10 of 28 member countries have comprehensive legal protections in place for whistleblowers.
“While the rule change is not ideal for practitioners, I think it's a solution that they can live with," one veteran appellate advocate says.
Mike France, a former Big Law attorney-turned-partner at advisory firm Brunswick Group, talks about the fight—yes, fight—that he says law firms need to prepare for when reporters come calling.
In a footnote, the special counsel's office made the reason for President Trump's interest in Rachel Brand abundantly clear.
"Simply put, Title VII does not grant employees the right to make online rants about gender identity with impunity,” wrote Fifth Circuit Judge Catharina Haynes in a concurring opinion.
With a new partnership, law and engineering students at the New York-based colleges will work in tandem to take technology from the lab to the marketplace.
Lawyers have a lot to say about Mueller, Barr and Trump. Here are some observations from George Conway, Ken Starr, Bob Bauer, George Terwilliger and many others.
We ran out of Sharpies, so you get the full Ex Post Facto quiz, including naughty words at the Supreme Court, vaccination law and an obscure Washington report.
Despite the president's claims to the contrary, the report emphatically rejected the idea that Trump was in the clear.