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Democrats are gearing up for another bitter U.S. Supreme Court appointment fight, seeking to delay a confirmation vote until after Election Day and suggesting a dramatic response if they fail to do so but gain power next year, perhaps even a court expansion plan that would change the number of justices for the first time since 1869.
The California Supreme Court on Wednesday said law school graduates registered for the state's October 2020 bar exam will have to take the test if they want to practice law, the same day the court's administrative branch announced it was temporarily closing its San Francisco office because of COVID-19.
Nixon Peabody LLP this week pushed back at five former partners accusing the firm of "punishing" them for leaving for DLA Piper last year, telling a New York state court that the partners' dispute must be determined by an arbitrator, not the courts.
The U.S. Senate easily confirmed a state judge to the federal bench in Arizona on Wednesday, although nearly half of Republicans opposed the Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP alum, who faced questions about gun rights.
Filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's U.S. Supreme Court seat has become a political rallying cry as the presidential election looms, but her death could also help determine that election, should November's results spur a battle that winds up before the high court.
Pharmaceutical giant Gilead Sciences Inc. agreed to pay $97 million to resolve claims that it violated the False Claims Act by using a foundation as a conduit to pay the Medicare copays for its pulmonary arterial hypertension drug, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
Decades before the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a feminist icon on the nation's highest court, her fight for gender equality was evident during her time as a professor at Rutgers Law School, her former students remember.
A group of state attorneys general on Tuesday told the White House that its controversial overhaul of environmental review regulations violates the Endangered Species Act.
Acting Homeland Security chief Chad Wolf defended his authority to lead the department Wednesday after a congressional watchdog found he was improperly appointed, slamming that finding as "faulty" and "inaccurate" during a Senate hearing to install him permanently.
A divided U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday issued a final rule for its whistleblower program that scraps a proposal to expressly give the commission the discretion to limit the largest of awards, instead clarifying that the SEC already possessed this authority.
Eric Trump can't wait until after the November election to sit for a deposition in the state attorney general's office probe into whether President Donald Trump inflated the value of his assets, a New York judge ruled Wednesday.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday asked lawmakers to pull back protections afforded to online platforms that moderate user-posted content, opening another line of attack in the Trump administration's quest to diminish the scope of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.