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Denial of Pay Raises for US Air Pilots Affirmed
March 17
Airlines' Challenge to Passenger Fee Doesn't Fly as TSA Interpretation Soars
March 17
Servicers Must Credit Payments on Date Of Online Authorization, 7th Cir. Rules
March 17
Golf Channel Takes $6M Slice In Suit Over Ads for Stanford's Ponzi
March 17
Petters Fraudulent Transfer to Ritchie Capital in Polaroid Case Upheld on Appeal
March 17
Court Negates Choice-of-Law Clause, Maybe; Revives FDCPA Claim Over Attorneys' Fees
March 17
$235M Plus CEO's Arrest Warrant Are Cost Of Biolitec's Contempt, Discovery Violations
March 17
Nuclear Contract Dispute Heads to Georgia After Equity Analysis of Simultaneous Suits
March 17
Arrest of ‘Skid Row' Protesters Was Illegal; Disturbing Political Meeting Isn't Criminal Act
March 17
Challenge to Nudity Ban Survives, But BYOB Prohibition Here to Stay
March 17
State Can't Ban Rude Speech To Protect Religious Exercise
March 17
Claim That Toyota Ad Infringed Book About B.B. King's Guitar Survives Dismissal
March 17
‘Seaman's Manslaughter' Provision Doesn't Reach Conduct of BP Rig Workers
March 17
DNA Analysis for Identity, Sex Isn't ‘Search' Under Fourth Amendment
March 17
Challenge to Penile Arousal Examinations Isn't Premature, Even if Tests May Not Occur
March 17
Fifth Circuit Makes It Easier for Hospitals To Sue Insurers; Follows Ninth Circuit, DOL
March 17
Erratic Worker's Bipolar Disorder Not Apparent
March 17
Fired Anxious Employee Raises ADA Claim
March 17
7th Cir. Highlights Standard for Showing Indirect Employer Status Under Title VII
March 17
Warning About Praying in Taxi, Related Quips Rev Up Fired Muslim Cabbie's Title VII Claims
March 17
RCRA ‘Solid Waste' Includes Smokestack Emissions
March 17
Immigrant Worker May Proceed With Claim State Department Improperly Issuing Visas
March 17
Former Pizza Servers in FLSA Case Lack Standing
March 17
No Injunction Against Sea-Tac Fuelers' Strike Where Employer Didn't Try Enough to Settle
March 17
Illinois Legislators, Aides Immune From Suit Brought by Reporter Denied Press Credential
March 17
Nautilus Standard Trumps Patent Judgment On Indefiniteness Handed Down Pre-Nautilus
March 17
Class Claims That Schwab Bond Fund Didn't Follow Investment Policy Revived
March 17
Pre-Dodd-Frank Tip Not ‘Original Information’ For Purposes of Whistle-Blower Award
March 17
Former NCAA Athletes Lose Suit Over Online Pics
March 17
Oprah Wins Fight Over Use of ‘Own Your Power' Mark
March 17
Veteran's Daughter Denied Burial Benefits Can't Get Review of VA Regs in Federal Court
March 17
Settling the Dispute Over the Settlement Privilege: Upholding the Existence of a Settlement Privilege After FTC v. Actavis
March 17
Study: Arbitration Clauses Limit Relief; CFPB Looks at Consumer Finance Markets
March 17
Most Large Law Firms Have Been Breached, As Hackers Seek Corporate Client Secrets
March 17
Finding the Divide Between CERCLA Cost Recovery, Contribution Actions
March 17
Annual Report on Federal Judiciary Shows Bankruptcy Filings Down 13 Percent in 2014
March 17
Border States Need More Federal Judges After Influx of Undocumented Immigrants
March 17
FEMA Imposes More Oversight After Reports About Handling of Hurricane Sandy Claims
March 17
Concern Over Post-Alice World Marks Observance of 25th Annual PTO Day
March 17
NSA Internet Surveillance Program Challenged by Operator of Wikipedia
March 17
Counsel Against ‘Redskins,' for ‘Slants' Agree ACLU Chose Bad Case to Take §2(a) Stand
March 17
Agencies Win Deference Battle for Now; High Court Conservatives Eager to Revisit
March 10
Tenth Circuit Gives New Life to NCUA Suit Alleging Flawed RMBS Issued by Barclays
March 10
Marlboro Lights Smoker Class Status OK'd; Rare Certification Says Predominance No Bar
March 10
State Class Action Over Tainted Dog Treats May Go on as Federal Deal Awaits Approval
March 10
Solicitation Law Fails 1st Amendment Test; Va. County Must Prove Narrow Tailoring
March 10
Ban on Mandatory LWOP for Juveniles Isn't Retroactive on Habeas Corpus Review
March 10
Blanket Residency Limits on Sex Offenders Are Unconstitutional, Calif. High Court Says
March 10
Anti-Abortion Group Didn't Defame Candidate By Criticizing His Affordable Care Act Vote
March 10
Sixth Circuit Vacates $3.8M Disgorgement, Allows Possibility of Prejudgment Interest
March 10
9th Cir. 2-1 Says American Airlines Pilot Didn't Qualify for FTEPA Age Exception
March 10
Class Status Reversed for Nextel Workers; Too Many Differing State Laws Involved
March 10
Ala. Same-Sex Marriage Licenses Stopped in State-Federal Conflict
March 10
9th Cir. Hands Nursing Home Partial Win In Appeal on Care Deficiencies, Reviews
March 10
Armenian Possibly Asylum Eligible For Perceived Whistleblowing Attempt
March 10
Social ‘Visibility' Test Evolves to ‘Distinction' But Group Analysis Not Materially Changed
March 10
Officer's Complaint About Arrest Quotas Was Protected Civilian Speech
March 10
Ala. Alcohol Referendum Amendments Down Drain, Can't Be Saved By Severing
March 10
Laws Limiting Capacity of Firearm Magazines Are Likely to Survive Constitutional Challenge
March 10
Amtrak Is Gov't. Entity for Setting Standards But Its Power Might Be Unconstitutional
March 10
Tax Injunction Act Doesn't Bar Suit Against Colorado Internet Sales Reporting
March 10
Alabama Gets Another Chance To Defend Diesel Tax on Rail Carriers
March 10
Eighth Circuit Says Associated Bank Must Face Claims It Aided, Abetted Fraud
March 10
Federal Circuit Says Merely Offering Services Isn't ‘Use in Commerce' Under Lanham Act
March 10
High Court Resolves Kansas-Nebraska Case Involving Republican River Consumption
March 10
The End of Personal Jurisdiction Over Entities ‘Doing Business' in New York—Or Is It?
March 10
Firms Can't Stifle Ex-Member's Competition Via Liquidated Damages or Other Restrictions
March 10
Lawyer Didn't Breach Duty by Misjudging How Court Would Rule on Unsettled Issue
March 10
New York Allows Qualified Privilege For Lawyers' Pre-Litigation Statements
March 10
Bank of America's Countrywide Accord Fully Approved by New York Appeals Court
March 10
New Jersey Takes $225 Million to End Big Litigation Over Exxon Mobil Pollution
March 10
Murder Mysteries and ACA Subsidies? Clues to Scalia's Approach in King
March 10
Ferguson, Mo. Cops and Court on Hot Seat Thanks to ‘Searing' Dept. of Justice Report
March 10
Rakoff, Practitioners Question SEC Practice Of Sending More Enforcement Cases to ALJs
March 10
Second Circuit Revives Suit Against HUD; Statutory Standards Not Too Broad to Review
February 24
USDA Can't Saddle TN Walking Horse Shows With Mandatory Suspensions for ‘Soring'
February 24
American Express Loses Antitrust Lawsuit Over Merchant Rules
February 24
Squire Patton Boggs Is Ejected From Suit Due to Conflicts That Grew Out of Merger
February 24
Drug Maker May Have Improperly Withheld Financial Documents From FTC in Court Case
February 24
New York's Highest Court Turns Back Barclays-Hedge Fund Collateral Dispute
February 24
Ninth Circuit Says Creditors May Pursue Debt Despite Personal Discharge Under Chapter 7
February 24
Trust's Suit Against Asbestos Manufacturer Barred; Poor Drafting of Ch. 11 Plan
February 24
Annuity Purchased Using Roll-Over Funds Exempt from Chapter 7 Debtor's Estate
February 24
Non-Signatory Bound by Contract; Must Abide by Forum-Selection Clause
February 24
Bed, Bath & Beyond Beats ADA Suit; Personal Preference Not Legal Standard
February 24
Neglect Law's ‘Spiritual Healing' Exemption Is Constitutional, Tennessee High Court Rules
February 24
Courts Reject Constitutional Challenges To Convictions for Refusing Breath Test
February 24
Face-to-Face Interactions Can Support ‘Mass Marketing’ Enhancement for Frauds
February 24
Amendments to New Hampshire Registration Make it Punitive for Ex Post Facto Purposes
February 24
Expert Testimony in Background Check Case Properly Blocked as Unreliable, 4th Cir. Rules
February 24
New York High Court Orders Rehearing of Firefighters' Reverse Discrimination Victory
February 24
Zimbabwean Widow Gets Another Chance To Flee Forced Marriage to Surviving Relative
February 24
No Turpitude in Gang-Related Enhancement; Sentencing Can't Elevate ‘Ordinary' Crimes
February 24
BP Loses Bid for $750 Million Transocean Insurance for Spill
February 24
Police Officer's FMLA Interference Claim Viable
February 24
Federal Circuit's Garmin Ruling Continues Claim Construction Lessons
February 24
Train Conductor's FRSA Retaliation Action Not Barred by RLA Grievance, 6th Cir. Says
February 24
Claims Barclays Made Misstatements About Dark Pools Covered by Martin Act
February 24
2d Cir. Affirms No Interest, Inflation Adjustments for Madoff Victims
February 24
Target's Sale of Rosa Parks Plaque Protected
February 24
In Search of an Effective Defense to Litigation Fishing Expeditions Into Private, Associational Political Speech
February 24
Power Plant Mercury Standards Litigation May Signal High Court's View of Deference
February 24
11th Circuit Won't Reconsider Dismissal Of Case Challenging Employer Mandate Delay
February 24
Minor Leagues Turn to Inside Baseball To Ward Off Player Wage, Hour Dispute
February 24
Car Parts Reseller's Prices Not Predatory; Costs Lower, Making Profit After GM Rebate
February 3
‘Evident Partiality' Not ‘Extreme Case' Justifying Mid-Arbitration Intervention
February 3
Lawyer Can't Get Paid for Preliminary Advice He Gave Potential Client on Possible Lawsuit
February 3
Statute Doesn't Let FDIC Off Hook for Fees Even if Retainer With Bank Was Unwritten
February 3
Frivolous Claim That Lawyers Bribed Witness Triggers Hefty Sanctions Order Under §1927
February 3
JPMorgan Lost Security Interest in GM Loan, Second Circuit Says, Citing UCC Filing Mix-Up
February 3
Loan Guarantor Defeats Iberiabank, Creating Circuit Split on Res Judicata
February 3
9th Circuit: Chapter 7 Trustee's Fees Are Not Based on Credit Bidding
February 3
End-Payor Class Certification in Nexium ‘Pay for Delay' Litigation Survives Appeal
February 3
Comity Requires Holocaust Victims File Suit in Hungary, 7th Cir. Says
February 3
Court Puts Brakes on Texas Drivers' Suit; State Won't Have to Defend Improper Fines
February 3
POM Wonderful Deceptive Ad Ruling Stands
February 3
Successor Eatery Liable For Title VII Breach
February 3
Sixth Circuit Digs Out Kentucky Coal Mine: No Liability for Knowingly Dumping Pollutant
February 3
BIA Asylum Request Rejection ‘Unsettling'; Must Evaluate ‘Totality of Circumstances'
February 3
Persecution of Similarly Situated Aunt Helps Show Persecution of Kyrgyzstani Man
February 3
Interpretation of Immigration Statute Expands Judicial Review Opportunities
February 3
Worker Fired for Falsifying Timecards Didn't Show ‘Cat's Paw' Bias Under FMLA
February 3
Four-Year Limit Applies to SOX Act Claim, Fourth Circuit Rules; Affirms $693,000 Award
February 3
Widow Can't Sue U.S. for Sinking Pirate Ship; Military Decision Nonjusticiable, Discretionary
February 3
Pain Pump Suit Plaintiff Wins New Trial; Jury Instructions Erroneously Refused
February 3
School May Deny Medical Degree Based on Drunk Driving, Harassment
February 3
2d Cir. Won't Rehear Dismissal of Fraud Suit
February 3
Election Officials Dismissed for Politics Can't Sue Counties Over Termination
February 3
‘Mark of the Beast' SSN Suit Fails Against Employer
February 3
Circuit Splits Reported in U.S. Law Week—January 2015
February 3
Beyond Blocking Statutes: Revisiting Foreign Discovery Under the Hague Convention
February 3
Florida Ethics Opinion Would Let Lawyers Counsel Clients to ‘Clean Up' Online Profiles
February 3
AG Nominee Lynch Supports Immigration Order; Stumbles on Law of War Question
February 3
NOMINATIONS AND CONFIRMATIONS
February 3