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A federal judge has ordered the arrest of a concert promoter accused of filing spurious debtors' liens against several lawyers, a law firm and the William Morris Endeavor Entertainment talent agency.
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After a recent court ruling, Aereo was forced to shut down its service in Denver and Salt Lake City Saturday morning.
NEW YORK Is it a religious symbol or piece of history? A controversy over a cross-shaped steel beam found in the World Trade Center rubble continues to rage.
A group of atheists tried to convince a Second Circuit panel Thursday that if a museum commemorating the Sept.
Civil rights lawyers are urging a federal appeals court to outlaw the National Security Agency's collection of millions of Americans' telephone records.
Not all atheists have a pathological need to be hated. And not all atheists who do have a pathological need to be hated are as obnoxious, mean-spirited, and well-funded as American Atheists.
Kaplan declared that a multibillion-dollar Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron in 2011 was so infected by fraud that the plaintiffs-Ecuadorian rain forest residents-and their American lawyer may not profit from the ill-gotten verdict.
For all the complexities inherent to securities enforcement litigation, the law of available remedies has been comparatively simple.
Cablevision Systems Corporation today is filing an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court that details the company's legal position in the Aereo litigation.
Atheist activists are continuing their battle against the inclusion of a steel-shaped cross in the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, giving a legal complaint against the Christian symbol another shot in front of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday.
I don't know how much weight friends of the court carry in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
A woman who fled an allegedly abusive partner in London can keep their 8-year-old daughter in the United States, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Times' Company Town reports that the department filed a brief Monday at the Supreme Court, stating that the DoJ views Aereo as "clearly infringing" on the copyrights of broadcasters.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has modified a recent decision to grant three robbery suspects a new trial because one of the defendants was apparently impaired when implicating himself and his co-defendants.