With everything happening in Washington these days, it’s appropriate to pause and briefly review how the law has evolved in this area.
- A Quick Primer on Special Prosecutors
- New Restriction on Patent Venue
- Forensic Accounting: Is it Really Lost Income? (Part 3)
A recent Supreme Court decision deals a blow to ‘patent trolls’ and the ‘best little’ East Texas towns that thrive on patent litigation.
Self-driving cars are becoming a reality as legal issues dot the roadway.
- Women and Leadership
Reviewed by Olga V. Mack and Katia Bloom
- ‘Comebacks for Lawyer Jokes: The Restatement of Retorts’
Reviewed by Bo Links
- ‘The Witches: Salem, 1692’ and ‘We Believe the Children: A Moral Panic in the 1980s’
Reviewed by Barbara Kate Repa
Judges in their own words
“The forces and directions of the Internet are so new, so protean, and so far reaching that courts must be conscious that what they say today might be obsolete tomorrow.”
— Justice Anthony Kennedy, writing for the court in Packingham v. North Carolina (No. 15-1194), a case in which the Court held that a North Carolina statute that restricted a felon’s right to use the internet violated the First Amendment.
Trends in White Collar Defense
- The History of the Future and Back
- Three Tips to Overcome Impostor Syndrome as a Young Associate
- Last Call: Nominations for the Teresa Godwin Phelps Scholarship Award
- Cleveland Clinic Foundation v. True Health Diagnostics LLC (Fed. Cir. 2017)
- IRS Private Debt Collectors Accused Of Pressuring Taxpayers, Breaking The Law