The Biden administration is appealing a federal court’s block on the health worker vaccine mandate in Texas, the only state that doesn’t have to comply with the rule after the U.S. Supreme Court said it could move forward in the rest of the country.
A Louisiana bankruptcy court must determine whether fees that a Chapter 7 trustee’s law firm charged were for legal or other services before approving those fees, the Fifth Circuit found.
A temporary disparity in U.S. Trustee fees charged to Chapter 11 debtors is constitutional, the Eleventh Circuit ruled.
A special associate justice for the Arkansas top court refused to recuse himself from a suit over a school district’s mask policy despite claims his prior work biased him against an attorney.
The Supreme Court will consider whether a law enforcement officer’s failure to give Miranda warnings is enough to let a plaintiff bring a federal civil-rights suit.
FisherBroyles, a “virtual” law firm that pioneered the work-from-home model, set a new revenue record in 2021 of $136 million—up nearly 30% from a year earlier.
The federal courts are tackling the coronavirus threat, making scheduling changes, encouraging electronic filing, and restricting access to facilities, among other measures.