Data Minimization Meets Defensible Disposition: Just Say No to ROT and Over-Retention of Personal Information
South Dakota Bill Forcing Paid Petition Circulators To Disclose PI a 'Recipe For Harassment' and Violates the First Amendment
For the second time in two years, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has enjoined South Dakota ballot-initiative restrictions as violative of the First Amendment. The Eighth Circuit affirmed a preliminary injunction barring the enforcement of a South Dakota bill that imposes new obligations on individuals paid to circulate ballot-initiative petitions.
Judge Judy's NYLS Scholars Program Under Investigation by OCR for Alleged Title IX Violation
"Professor Perry's assault on scholarships for 10 academically gifted women who can't afford law school is petty. He says he has filed 700 such actions. He has too much time on his hands," Judge Judy Sheindlin said of University of Michigan professor emeritus Mark Perry, who filed the initial complaint with the U.S. Department of Education.
FTC's Microsoft Lawsuit Treads New Ground in Targeting Vertical Expansions
Milbank Adds 40-Person Team With Addition of Boutique's London Office
Year-End Lateral Activity 'Swings Toward the Normal': The Morning Minute
Campbell Law First Lower-Ranked School to Boycott US News Rankings
Susman Godfrey Year-End Bonuses Outpace Big Law Market Scale
Ahead of the Curve: How a Year of Massive Change Could Impact Diversity in Legal Ed
In Closely Watched Ruling, Ohio Supreme Court Sides With Insurers on COVID-19 Business-Interruption Issue
Attorneys from Reed Smith, who filed an amicus brief on behalf of nonprofit United Policyholders, said the case "well demonstrates some of the inappropriate major hurdles that policyholders had to clear in litigating claims for loss from loss or damage from SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 and consequent orders of civil authorities."
Report Finds More Oversight Needed to Prevent State Appellate Court Delays
Who Got the Work? : Tesla Taps Wilmer Cutler Partner to Fend Off 'Self-Driving' Class Action + More
Penn State Law Faculty Object to Proposed Merger With Penn State Dickinson Law
Jones Day Recruits 7 Supreme Court Clerks
Georgia Jury Awards $1.5M Verdict After Plaintiffs Reject $500K Settlement Offer
"The strategy in a nutshell was really putting ourselves in the position of retirees," said plaintiff attorney Miguel Dominguez of Morgan & Morgan in Atlanta. "How much is it worth to have a retirement plan and to get to the threshold of it and then have to deal with persistent neck and back pain everyday of your life since a wreck five years ago?"