Federal lobbyists won revival of a lawsuit arguing that an Obama administration rule barring them from serving on U.S. advisory panels violates their free-speech rights.Read More »
A Detroit bankruptcy judge denied the city permission to pay UBS and Bank of America Corp. about $165 million to end interest-rate swaps that have cost taxpayers $202 million since 2009, saying the deal cost too much.Read More »
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said it will fight to preserve its power to require equal treatment of Internet trafficRead More »
The justices have to decide whether Massachusetts may block anyone from gathering within a 35-foot “buffer zone” outside abortion clinics. If the regulation is found “content-neutral” and narrowly tailored to protect the exercise of the constitutional right to abortion, it will survive. If not, an increasingly pro-free-speech court may strike it down.
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The federal law clerk hiring plan is no more, bringing to an end an experiment that vexed judges and students alike.Read More »