Lawyers have long been the target of sophisticated hackers who see them as soft and lucrative targets. But are legal industry safeguards keeping pace with the deep dark web?
414 Patent Glory Days Could Be Numbered For East Texas

By Erin Coe

This Supreme Court term may mark the end of one of the decade’s biggest patent law stories — the growth of the Eastern District of Texas rocket docket.

414 Gorsuch Sets New Standard For Evasive High Court Nominees

By Ed Beeson

Although all modern-day Supreme Court nominees have been famously reticent when facing the Senate, Judge Neil Gorsuch may have taken such evasiveness to a new level.

414 In This Patent Hotspot, Bow Ties Mean Business

By Matt Chiappardi

If venue rules change, a wave of patent suits would likely follow corporate America to Wilmington — a place where judges could be mistaken for professors, posturing is an anathema, and out-of-towners have much to learn.

414 The Road To Confirmation

By Law360 staff

As the Senate hearings to confirm 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court wrap up, we’ve gathered the highlights of Law360’s coverage.

liz 414 Elizabeth Cabraser On Playing Drums And Life On The Road

By Ed Beeson

In a recent interview, powerhouse plaintiffs attorney Elizabeth Cabraser spoke with Law360 about her love of American muscle cars, her life on tour as a litigator, and how performing behind the drum set is like arguing in court.

414 Rogers Stevens Is Ballard Spahr’s (Literal) Rock Star

By Bill Donahue

Blind Melon guitarist Rogers Stevens has settled into his new career as a labor litigator, but on weekends he jets off to Europe and South America, where the alternative rock icons continue to draw sellout crowds.

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Neighborhood Disruptions, Nominee Queries, Hypothetical Battles

By Christopher Yates

Since our last edition, legal minds have discussed wish sandwiches, crocodile tears and horse-sized ducks. Here are the best lines from the legal world.

Retroactive Tax Legislation Undermines The Rule Of Law

By Douglas L. Lindholm, The Council on State Taxation


One of the most important tax issues of the day is currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court: When is retroactive tax legislation so patently unfair that it violates the due process clause of the U.S. Constitution?

How Do I Talk To My Neighbor? (Our Alternative Universes)

By Lester Sotsky, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP


Something more pernicious than political differences lies at the heart of the disturbing disconnect between us: the systematic destruction of the singular medium of civil political discourse — truth.