A top lawyer for President Donald Trump's transition team has accused a government agency of unlawfully turning over thousands of emails to the special counsel.
A Massachusetts case illustrates the glaring difference between the medical community's approach to addiction and the laws on the books in the United States.
"What was the last time you read the Federal Rules of Evidence?" "...All the way through?"
The question is: How can antitrust be used to check the power of tech’s biggest companies?
Lawyers and judges in complex trials struggle with a rash of sleepy jurors, blaming short attention spans and unrealistic courtroom scenes from "Law & Order."
The commercial space industry is outpacing government oversight.
Waymo is suing Uber over infringements on its LIDAR patents. But Eric Swildens says they shouldn't have gotten those patents in the first place.
They bumped up the gosh-darn estate tax minimum to $11 million? Late night comedy shows pretty much write themselves now, huh?
We're highly skeptical this man was violating "public indecency," but even if that were the case why were three police officers needed? Why did he need to get in their cop car?
After the President dramatically rolled back protections on national monuments, the outdoor brand goes on the offensive.
Mike Farris hated the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision, and he loudly ridiculed Donald Trump's run for president. But now he's taken a big gay wedding cake case all the way to the case all the way to the Supreme Court, vying for a major victory in the fight against gay rights.
You might expect your doctor to recommend what they think best during childbirth, but it's not uncommon to feel pressured into having a procedure that you don't want. Rebecca Grant reports on the ethics and law of consent in the delivery room.
Did hiding my Chinese American identity, to avoid the prohibitively high bar that Asian applicants allegedly face due to affirmative action, help me get into Yale?
Since it decriminalized all drugs in 2001, Portugal has seen dramatic drops in overdoses, HIV infection and drug-related crime.
18 experts take on a controversial legal theory from Donald Trump's private lawyer.
All of the suspects are from Malta and most have criminal records.
Former Representative Corrine Brown, a Florida Democrat, has been sentenced to five years in prison for pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars from donors who believed their money was going to charity.
Minnesota's Modist Brewing Company just released a beer called "Dilly Dilly." For infringing on a Bud Light trademark, things seem to have actually turned out pretty well for them.
Some consider Carpenter v. United States the most important Fourth Amendment case in a generation.
"When you make private settlements, it doesn’t warn the next woman or the next person going into that situation."
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