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2 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
Producers vs. directors: another chapter in the sometimes stormy relationship. This one is primed to be heard by an appeals court.
Should states get to ban abortion?
Should states lower the drinking age to 18?
4 hrs ago | FindLaw
If the Second Circuit was personified, and had a hand, the slap it gave the Board of Immigrations Appeals would have left a hand print on the BIA's cheek .
7 hrs ago | Business Wire
He will begin work in the firm's Washington, D.C., office on January 6, 2014. Axelrod worked at DOJ for more than decade, rising from the position of line prosecutor to senior official at DOJ headquarters.
11 hrs ago | Forbes.com
At the same time, management wants to avoid producing that information, which is ordinarily protected by attorney-client privilege, in litigation brought by private claimants.
12 hrs ago | TwinCities
The case began in 2011 when the state Department of Natural Resources notified West Bend dairy farmer Robert Falk that manure spread on his fields had contaminated neighbors' wells.
14 hrs ago | ThinkProgress
Last week, a judge acquitted a New York City street artist of charges over a questionable violation, his artwork hanging over the sidewalk.
15 hrs ago | The Day
Michael Thomas, the former Mashantucket Pequot tribal chairman convicted of stealing from the tribe that owns Foxwoods Resort Casino, has filed notice of an appeal.
A Sunapee man is charged with two counts of manslaughter for allegedly killing a Vermont couple when his Chevrolet pickup truck crossed the Interstate 89 median strip in Lebanon Saturday and struck their vehicle.
A New York federal appeals court says the legality of a tax on Vermont's only nuclear plant is best left up to a state court.
It is a tax and if Entergy doesn't like it, it needs to pursue a challenge in state courts, not the federal courts.
The Virginia pastor convicted in a Vermont federal court of helping a woman and her child flee the country rather than share custody with her former lesbian partner is arguing that the case should be dismissed because his actions had no connection to Vermont, court documents say.
Though twelve years have passed from that fateful day on September 11, 2001 , for any New Yorker present that day, the heartbreaking sight of the World Trade Center towers collapsing, the stench of death and destruction, and the eerie silence looming over New York City, can be recalled in an instant.
Connecticut's attorney general has withdrawn an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court challenging a ruling that former Gov. John Rowland's administration violated state employees' constitutional rights when it laid off 2,800 workers in 2003.
A federal appeals court said the U.S. government had waited too long to prosecute three former General Electric Co bankers for conspiring to defraud cities in a municipal bond bid rigging scheme, and ordered the case to be dismissed.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals decided Saturday that it wouldn't issue an emergency stay to block the American Airlines-US Airways merger, set to close on Monday.