The U.S. Department of Defense will allow transgender people to enlist in the military beginning Jan. 1, after a Washington, D.C., federal judge on Monday refused to halt an injunction against the Trump administration’s efforts to stop transgender troops from serving.
The Senate on Monday advanced the nomination of Husch Blackwell LLP senior counsel L. Steven Grasz to an Eighth Circuit vacancy, despite Democrats' protests citing his "not qualified" rating from the American Bar Association.
A Texas federal judge on Monday granted a bid from American Airlines and Allied Pilots Association to dismiss a suit brought by four former Trans World Airlines pilots alleging the airline and the union mishandled a dispute over their integration into the American pilot seniority list after American merged with TWA in 2001.
Two more firms announced in recent days that many of their associates would receive year-end bonuses that either matched or exceeded the market scale established by Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP, which has remained the standard among many BigLaw firms.
Gawker Media LLC might live to fight again after a group of the bankrupt publisher’s former employees on Monday unveiled a plan to crowdfund $500,000 to buy their old domain name at a scheduled auction in New York bankruptcy court.
A former Norwegian Cruise Line CEO lost his $95 million defamation suit against his former employer and his successor when a Miami jury returned a verdict Monday rejecting his claims that the company and its CEO killed his chances in the industry with defamatory statements and cut him out of profit-sharing revenue.
A former Istanbul police investigator told a Manhattan jury Monday that Mehmet Hakan Atilla, a Turkish banker facing charges of helping Iran evade U.S. sanctions, was being monitored about five years ago, but Atilla’s lawyers called his testimony irrelevant and asked for a mistrial.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused on Monday to review a California appellate court decision that claims under the state's Private Attorneys General Act cannot be arbitrated, effectively rejecting arguments that the Federal Arbitration Act preempted state labor laws like PAGA that disfavor arbitration.
Indicted Trump lobbyist Rick Gates will continue to be represented by Manhattan white-collar attorney Walter Mack despite a potential conflict of interest involving a separate criminal case, Gates told a D.C. federal judge Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review an Eleventh Circuit ruling affirming dismissal of a lesbian security guard’s allegations that a Georgia hospital violated Title VII by effectively firing her over her sexuality, leaving in place a circuit split over whether federal law bars discrimination against gay workers.
After reports surfaced claiming Ninth Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski had showed female clerks pornography and engaged in other misconduct, the high-profile jurist told Law360 on Friday it was “regrettable” if he had offended any of his staffers.
A Ninth Circuit panel on Friday pressed an Egyptian composer's nephew who claims the Jay-Z song "Big Pimpin'" illegally sampled a 1957 ballad by his late uncle to explain why foreign copyright ownership gives him the right to economic damages in the United States.
A former Obama administration official responsible for financial security told a Manhattan jury Friday that Mehmet Hakan Atilla, a Turkish banker facing charges of helping Iran evade U.S. sanctions, attended many meetings where growing concerns in Washington over his bank's work with Tehran were aired.
By Sindhu Sundar