Balloting for two seats on Georgia’s Public Service Commission won’t go forward for now after the US Supreme Court refused to reinstate a voting scheme that a trial court found illegally diluted Black voting strength.
The independent trustee tasked with cleaning up multi-billion dollar losses from Bernie Madoff’s now-defunct investment firm can continue to pursue a Taiwanese company to recover $3 billion it received from history’s largest Ponzi scheme.
In a radical departure from the way Big Law doles out the partnership prize, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher elected an administrator (a cost center!) to partnership. It’s either a game changer or a clever gimmick.
Generic abortion pill maker GenBioPro is ending a challenge to a restrictive Mississippi law on ending pregnancies, effectively closing a legal battle over access to the drug amid the continued fallout spurred by the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Some of the 230,000 veterans seeking compensation from 3M for hearing loss from allegedly defective earplugs are bewildered and upset by 3M’s move to put its Aearo unit into bankruptcy protection, after losing 10 of the first 16 bellwether trials over the issue.
Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court
Did Andy Warhol violate copyright law when he used a photo of Prince as source material? We explore the case, and the key consideration of "transformative use" in this video.
Steven Davis and the Rise and Fall of Dewey & LeBoeuf
Will the Global Minimum Tax End the Race to the Bottom?
Legally Rigging Elections: Redistricting, a Brief History