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A federal appeals court put off until next month whether to put back in place Wisconsin's voter ID law.
The court used a heightened discovery-rule standard - one that asks "when a reasonable corporate actor would have had enough knowledge" - that accounts for the often greater sophistication of corporate litigants.
In a published opinion issued two weeks after oral argument, the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the denial of disability benefits to a woman who claimed severe pain because of a herniated disc.
A coalition of media and open government groups pressed a federal appeals court Wednesday to unseal nearly three dozen documents linked to a secret probe into Gov. Scott Walker's campaign.
The Supreme Court blocked gay and lesbian couples from marrying in Virginia Wednesday as it edges closer to deciding whether same-sex marriage should be legalized nationwide.
The Supreme Court blocked gay and lesbian couples from marrying in Virginia beginning Thursday as it edges closer to deciding whether same-sex marriage should be legalized nationwide.
The four original plaintiffs challenging Virginia's same-sex marriage ban are Tony London, Tim Bostic, Mary Townley and Carol Schall.
Rush University Medical Center cannot bill Medicare for the time residents and interns spend doing "pure research" unrelated to direct patient care, the 7th Circuit ruled Monday.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, but says the ruling doesn't take effect until the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules on the issue.
One central Wisconsin town was hit hard by the rain this evening.Residents saw flooded streets and downed trees and power lines there.
A cardinal rule of a qui tam action brought under the False Claims Act is that the relator must be the information's original source.
The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site has announced Randall T. Shepard of Evansville as the recipient of the 2014 Advancing American Democracy Award.
It's unclear whether a federal appeals court will release nearly three dozen documents linked to a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign.
In U.S. v. KENNETH JONES, RAMONE MOCKABEE,DEVON YOUNG and ELISHA DRAKE , a 64-page opinion, Judge Tinder writes: Beginning in August of 2009, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the FBI conducted a coordinated investigation of a suspected cocaine-distribution organization operating in the Indianap-olis area.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:18 am
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