The 2020 election brought many changes to Washington, DC, with the Democrats taking control of the White House and the United States Senate and continuing control of the House of Representatives.
In this memorandum opinion and following trial on a paper record, the Delaware Court of Chancery denied plaintiffs’ request for a mandatory injunction to compel CytoDyn Inc. (the “Company”) to allow ...
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act creates a seemingly endless list of compliance challenges and other headaches for companies determined to mitigate the financial cost and resource burden of TCPA ...
Gun violence in this country poses a public health crisis warranting common-sense solutions. The ABA has longstanding policy on gun violence prevention strategies that respect the Second Amendment.
The ABA has asked the Biden Administration to support the UN Human Rights Council’s new resolution recognizing the right to a healthy environment, citing recent ABA policy to advance environmental ...
The Biden Administration has recently launched initiatives to restore and re-invigorate access-to-justice policy initiatives across the federal government that help connect the public with the legal ...
Rule 58’s separate-document rule is meant to eliminate uncertainties about when the appeals clock begins to run.
CLE programs can be a good opportunity to learn about an organization, network with lawyers outside the firm, and meet potential clients.
This article examines the ins and outs of taking and defending expert depositions in the new virtual environment.
BuzzFeed published a lengthy article accusing David Mikkelson, the cofounder and CEO of Snopes, of plagiarizing dozens of ...
The Supreme Court may be ready to try on some new “personal jurisdiction shoes” to replace the time-worn footwear of International Shoe.
Highlights are shared from the TIPS return to in-person meeting experiences at the 2021 TIPS Fall Meeting October 13-16, 2021, in Dallas, Texas.