Lawyers across the country have spent millions of dollars and thousands of hours preparing lawsuits on behalf of military veterans and their families exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune. A rule in a North Carolina federal court threatens to throw all that work into chaos.
The artist behind the “MetaBirkin” nonfungible tokens who is battling the luxury retailer Hermès International SA at a trademark trial in Manhattan federal court took the stand to explain that the NFT project was an artistic experiment.
The dual criminal indictments of disgraced attorney Thomas Girardi and Girardi Keese employees is the latest blast to the California State Bar’s years-long failure to discipline the celebrated plaintiffs’ lawyers despite a slew of complaints, bar watchers said.
Workers of minority faiths stand to gain from the US Supreme Court’s review of a decades-old precedent that makes it relatively easy for employers to deny religious accommodation requests under federal anti-bias law.
“Dungeons & Dragons” publisher Wizards of the Coast’s retraction of a proposal that would’ve significantly restricted its open gaming license demonstrates how companies must weigh the risk of public backlash when looking to tighten previously permissive intellectual property practices.
Beyond Abortion: The Fight Over Fetal Personhood Is Here
When do legal rights begin, at birth or before that? This video looks at the fetal personhood movement, and what it could mean for the future of abortion. We explore its history and the constitutional argument underpinning it.