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Senate Democrats Wrestle over Climate Change Cap and Trade

By Kristen Friend, staff U.S. Supreme Court writer – June 23, 2010 President Obama hopes to reinvigorate the push for comprehensive climate change legislation in…

Arizona Immigration Law Results in Lawsuit from School – Podcast – Delores Amorelli

Based on her June 15, 2010 article titled, Immigration Law in Arizona Draws Lawsuit from School District, Delores Amorelli talks about the lawsuit from the…

Immigration Law in Arizona Draws Lawsuit from School District

By Delores Amorelli, staff writer of’s Newsroom Column ‘In Good Practice’ – June 15, 2010 Last week, board members of the Sunnyside Unified School…

Genocidal Intricacies – Podcast – Gode Davis

This episode of the Legal Newsroom Podcast features Gode Davis discussing his June 8, 2010 article titled, Genocidal Intricacies.

Genocidal Intricacies

By Gode Davis, political staff columnist – June 8, 2010 The most horrific crime of genocide existed long before the word was invented. This very…

Apple vs. Nokia – Podcast – Kerrie Spencer

In this podcast, Kerrie Spencer talks about the lawsuits between Apple and Nokia. Based on her June 1, 2010 article, Stubborn Corporations Clash as Nokia…

Stubborn Corporations Clash as Nokia Sues Apple

By Kerrie Spencer, staff technology writer – June 2, 2010 In what appears to be an escalating war of who paid what to whom, or…

Supreme Court Texas Death Row DNA Case – Podcast – Kristen Friend

Skinner maintained his innocence throughout the trial and has claimed that DNA found at the crime scene but never tested would exonerate him and point…

Supreme Court to Hear Texas Death Row DNA Case

By Kristen Friend, staff U.S. Supreme Court writer – May 25, 2010 The Supreme Court will consider whether death row inmates can use a civil…

ACLU Files Lawsuits Protecting Profanity – Podcast – Delores Amorelli

The ACLU filed a pair of lawsuits last week aimed at proving that simply using profanity, regardless of who it is aimed at, is not…

SEC Announces Enforcement Results for Fiscal Year 2023

Nov 14, 2023

US Department of Labor partners with Holder Construction Group LLC to promote workplace safety during Trilith community project in South Atlanta

May 2, 2023

Sommers Schwartz Announces Final Approval of Class and Collective Action Settlement Agreement in CardWorks Servicing Lawsuit

Apr 12, 2023

Top Dog Law Personal Injury Lawyers Opens a New Office in Birmingham, Alabama

Nov 13, 2023

Some Claim Losing Earmarks Means Losing Connection with Constituents

Feb 29, 2012

US Department of Labor finds Amazon failed to provide injured employees proper medical treatment at Castleton, New York, fulfillment facility

Apr 28, 2023

Berry Law Earns a Place on Inc.’s 2023 Best in Business for Veteran Support List

Dec 5, 2023

Cyberbullying Victim Files Legal Proceeding Seeking Preservation of Evidence, Court-Ordered Disclosure of Identity of Anonymous Cyberbully-User

Mar 3, 2023

SEC Charges Royal Bank of Canada with Internal Accounting Controls Violations

Nov 2, 2023

VA Announces Transition of Deputy Secretary Donald Remy

Mar 1, 2023

Bagen Law Accident Injury Lawyers Expands Florida Presence with New Office in Daytona Beach

Jan 10, 2024

US Department of Labor cites Massachusetts alloys manufacturer for failing to protect employees against exposure to toxic beryllium

Oct 13, 2023

SEC Charges Exelon, its Subsidiary Commonwealth Edison, and Subsidiary’s Former CEO Anne Pramaggiore with Fraud in Connection with Political Corruption Scheme

Sep 28, 2023

$150,000 Jury Verdict Returned in Police Misconduct Case

Feb 23, 2023

Court Orders AstroTurf Not to Infringe FieldTurf Patent

Mar 3, 2023