16 min ago | Northwestern University
"All good. Charges dismissed." That June 17 text from the lawyer of Nicole Harris told the 31-year-old mother that she truly was free following her release from the Dwight Correction Center in February, according to a June 18 article in the Chicago Tribune.
4 hrs ago | DM News
Telemarketing will suffer a bit of a blow when changes to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 are put into effect on October 16 of this year.
8 hrs ago | Business Journal
Ten of the largest law firms in the United States are headquartered in Minneapolis, according to new rankings from American Lawyer.
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Perkins Coie is proud to announce that it has been named to AARP's Best Employers for Workers Over 50 list.
14 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
In June 3, New Jersey lost a dedicated public servant in Sen. Frank Lautenberg. And while many eloquent tributes have been paid to his service, there is a more lasting way to honor the legacy of this legislator who fought hard for the health and welfare of his constituents.
In their New York Court of Appeals Roundup, Roy L. Reardon and William T. Russell Jr., partners at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, address a case construing the effect of a lengthy coercive police interrogation on a subsequent confession made in the presence of counsel.
Among other things in the federal suit, William and Karen Giddings say McDaniel deprived them of giving their daughter a proper burial by dismembering her body.
Just as inkjet printers deposit drops of ink to create a document, 3-D printers lay down bits of plastic, metal, or other material to build an object.
Towleroad reported today that Josh Duggar has taken a job as an executive director of the Family Research Council .
This undated photo provided by Latham & Watkins LLP in Chicago, shows attorney Zachary Fardon.
Here's an aerial view of the enormous ACC5 and ACC6 data centers developed by DuPont Fabros.
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. as a member in the firm's Intellectual Property practice.
Davis Polk & Wardwell has hired Jon Leibowitz, the former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, a coup for the law firm as it bolsters its increasing presence in Washington.
Employment law heavyweight Littler Mendelson, P.C., recently added a key partner to its San Francisco office.
Fresh from representing the underwriters in last week's big Gigamon IPO, Goodwin Proctor lawyer Richard Kline says that a number of companies are getting ready to go public.
The Dechert law firm said Monday that it has hired Chantel Moore to fill the newly-created director of diversity position.