Should capital punishment in California be streamlined or abolished. That is the question that is reaching critical mass in this budget crunching climate. As a long standing confrontation between proponents and
The percentage of law students expecting to graduate with more than $120,000 in student debt is continuing its upward climb.
Jack Delany of Delany and O'Brien co-authors paper on juror profiling in the Myspace(R) and Facebook(R) era
The Internet and information technology has transformed society in general and the mindset of a jury panel. It has reshaped how they think and learn, obtain information, communicate, entertian themselves, shop and
The Office of Fair Trading conducted a series of dawn raids at offices of Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) as part of an investigation into price-fixing on loans to law firms and accountancy firms.
A ruling Tuesday by the European Union's top court on a law shielding Germany's Volkswagen AG from takeover will set the boundaries on how far national governments can go to protect industry. The European Court of
The international law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP has achieved several firsts in the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL's) Community of Respect(R) program, a program designed to encourage commitment to diversity and
An Ohio federal judge on Monday struck down Ohio's combined "harmful to minors" law on the grounds that it ran afoul of the First Amendment's guarantee of freedom of speech. Fortunately, U.S. District Judge Walker