The attorneys arguing in U.S. v. Wurie and Riley v. California urged the court to draw a bright line with respect to the ability of police to search the contents of arrestees’ cellphones.Read More »
The ability of a group of homeowners to bring a lawsuit over latent contamination in their well water will come down to the U.S. Supreme Court’s answer to a single, if technical, question: Is there a functional difference between a ...Read More »
Avoiding what attorneys say could have been an “earthquake” effect from businesses rushing to file for a collective $1 billion in tax refunds, the U.S. Supreme Court recently held that severance payments are wages for federal tax withholding purposes.Read More »
Labor and employment attorneys are taking special notice of a recent memorandum issued by the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board that requires regional officers to seek guidance from the board’s Division of Advice before proceeding on a broad array of matters.
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The Supreme Court's ruling in Rosemond v. U.S. also provided the most detailed analysis of aiding and abetting liability in decades, which will likely serve as guidance for judges and attorneys in cases involving other state and federal complicity laws.Read More »