Justices, 8-0 (or 5-4-3-3), Block Suit Over Use of Material Witness Law for Post-9/11 Detentions
:: Ashcroft v. Kidd
:: Opinion Recap: Narrow Ruling on Anti-Terrorism Tactic
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Key Fisheries Treaty to Lapse in Rebuke to U.S.
The Truth About That ‘Landmark’ Twitter Case
Will Clarence Thomas Recuse Himself on Health Care Reform?
High Court, 8-1, Adds ‘Willful Blindness’ to Claim of Inducing Patent Infringment
:: Global-Tech Appliances v. SEB S.A.
S.E.C. Mortgage Trading Case Stands Out Because It Stands Alone
Patriot Act Signing Just the Latest in Autopen Infamy
Proposed Ban on Chemical in Baby Bottles Erupts Into Big Political Fight in Oregon House
Vermont Passes Single-Payer Health Care
8th Circuit to Tackle NFL Dispute
Legal Aspects of Climate Change at Threatened Nations Conference
In Shift, Justice Department is Hiring Lawyers With Civil Rights Backgrounds
L&C Law’s Meg Garvin on Oregon Supreme Court’s Landmark Ruling on Victims’ Right to Be Present at Hearings
:: Oregon v. Barrett
L&C Law’s Doug Beloof on Schwarzenegger’s Failure to Provide Pre-Clemency Notification
L&C Law’s Tung Yin on Prospects for Third Party Challenges to Haugen Execution
Justice Stevens Is Off the Bench but Not Out of Opinions
Supreme Court, 5-3, Upholds Arizona Immigration Law’s Employer Sanctions
:: Ruling May Embolden States
:: Chamber Of Commerce v. Candelaria
Court, 7-2, Deems Oregon Child Abuse Interviews Decision Moot
:: Camreta v. Greene
Supremes, 7-3, Require Reasonable Likelihood Standard for Witness Tampering Conviction
:: Fowler v. U.S.
High Court, 8-0, Says Pre-Trial Motions Do Not Count Toward Speedy Trial Act Deadline
:: United States v. Tinklenberg
Wyden: There’s a Secret Patriot Act Interpretation Used to Gather Massive Amounts of Info
:: Watchdog Group Sues for Release of Secret Spying Memo
That Famous Space Shuttle Photo: When Is Sharing Stealing?
Copyright and Tattoos: Hangover II Injunction Denied, But the Copyright Owner Got Some Good News Too
Jared Lee Loughner Ruled Unfit to Stand Trial
For Marines, Little Drama Over Lifting ‘Don’t Ask’
Goodwin Liu Withdraws Appeals Court Nomination
Facebook Sued Over Social Ads Using Minors as Endorsers Without Permission
DOJ, SEC Investigations Often Rely on Companies’ Internal Probes
Oil Trader Vigorously Rejects Charges of Market Manipulation
Former AG Gonzales ‘Disappointed’ in His Own Conduct in DOJ Hiring
:: The Disappointment(s) of Alberto Gonzales
In Split Vote, SEC Approves New Rules to Reward Whistleblowers
Court Orders New Jersey to Increase Aid to Schools
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