Off the bench John Paul Stevens has decided to address a different audience: you and me and our elected representatives.Read More »
The Washington Redskins appealed a decision that the football team’s name was disparaging to American Indians and no longer entitled to federal trademark protection, escalating a two-decade dispute over a brand worth an estimated $145 million.Read More »
U.S. Internal Revenue Service told a judge its technicians made repeated futile efforts to save data on a malfunctioning computer hard drive used by Lois Lerner, the former official at the center of a dispute between Congress and the Obama administration over scrutiny of tea party groups.
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The U.S. doesn’t have to disclose the telecommunications companies helping it collect phone call records or turn over a secret surveillance court’s orders, a federal judge ruled, saying the information would reveal methods used in terrorism investigations.
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Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corp. and Adobe Systems Inc. failed to persuade a judge to approve a $324.5 million settlement over claims they agreed to not recruit each other’s workers.Read More »
Lawyers for General Motors Co. customers are jostling to lead lawsuits over faulty ignition switches. They don’t know what they can sue for – a judge will tell them that – but they do want to be in charge.Read More »