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U.S. Supreme Court Extends the Scope of Whistleblower Law in Mutual Funds to Include Law Firms

U.S. Supreme Court Extends the Scope of Whistleblower Law in Mutual Funds to Include Law Firms The U.S. Supreme Court held this Tuesday that the application of the Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower provisions also protects privately held contractors and subcontractors of a company from retaliation. The court made it clear that the rules also apply to contractors like…>read more

No Comment March 5, 2014

Video Surfaces Online of Supreme Court Hearing

Video Surfaces Online of Supreme Court Hearing Cameras, both video and still, have always been banned from Supreme Court hearings. But, for the first time, a video of Supreme Court proceedings has been posted to the internet, according to Reuters. The video comes from Wednesday, when a…>read more

No Comment February 28, 2014

Supreme Court Says Time Spent on Changing Into Protective Gear Need Not Be Compensated

Supreme Court Says Time Spent on Changing Into Protective Gear Need Not Be Compensated In a victory for employers, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the phrase “changing clothes” used in Section 203(o) of the Fair Labor Standards Act which included the time spent on changing into and out of the protective gear…>read more

No Comment February 3, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court Rules for American Express, Upholding the Federal Arbitration Act Which Favors Big Business

U.S. Supreme Court Rules for American Express, Upholding the Federal Arbitration Act Which Favors Big Business In final arbitration good for big business, the conservatives ruled the Supreme Court in a vote of 5-3 that businesses could not join together in a collective suit against American Express Co. This is the latest in cases that test…>read more

No Comment June 20, 2013

Supreme Court Will Rule on Affordable Care Act

Supreme Court Will Rule on Affordable Care Act It’s official – today is the day the Supreme Court justices consider the widely debated challenge to the Obama administration’s health-care overhaul. The court will hear a challenge brought by a group of Republican governors and attorneys general from 26…>read more

No Comment November 14, 2011

U.S. Supreme Court Stays Execution of Man Attorneys Say Was Unfairly Sentenced Due to Question About Race During Trial

U.S. Supreme Court Stays Execution of Man Attorneys Say Was Unfairly Sentenced Due to Question About Race During Trial Yesterday, just hours before it was scheduled to take place, the U.S. Supreme Court stayed the execution of Duane Buck, aged 48, after his attorneys appealed his sentence, saying it was unfair because of a question asked during the trial about…>read more

No Comment September 16, 2011

Highly Regarded Litigator and Advisor Elizabeth P. Papez Joins Winston & Strawn

Highly Regarded Litigator and Advisor Elizabeth P. Papez Joins Winston & Strawn Highly regarded litigator and advisor, Elizabeth P. Papez, will join Winston & Strawn as a partner, the firm announced today. Papez recently served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the U.S. Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel and as law…>read more

Comments Off September 20, 2010

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good morning everyone! Today is Thursday, July 29th. Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s stories. U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton blocked several key provisions of Arizona’s controversial immigration law… Squire Sanders & Dempsey will close its Tallahassee office… Locke Lord…>read more

No Comment July 29, 2010

Judge Blocks Key Components of Arizona’s Immigration Law

Judge Blocks Key Components of Arizona’s Immigration Law One day before Arizona’s controversial immigration law goes into effect, a federal judge Wednesday blocked several key provisions to the law, including one that required police officers to check a person’s immigration status while enforcing other laws. The Associated Press…>read more

No Comment July 28, 2010

National Law Journal Releases Annual ‘Appellate Hot List’

National Law Journal Releases Annual ‘Appellate Hot List’  The National Law Journal released its annual “Appellate Hot List” that identifies law firm appellate practice groups with at least one significant appellate win since February 2009. For inclusion on the list, a “significant win” meant prevailing before the U.S.…>read more

No Comment April 5, 2010

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