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10 Questions: Civil rights lawyer Farhana Khera fights for religious freedom for all Americans

ABA Journal

Should lawyers repeat a justice’s mispronunciation? Take this ‘antecedent’ example

*Corrected*: An assistant to the solicitor general had a choice to make when Justice Elena Kagan referred to the antecedent clause of a statute. Kagan…
ABA Journal

Lawyer for man dragged from plane sees lawsuit likelihood, wants to stop airline bullying

A lawyer for the man dragged from a United Airlines plane said at a press conference on Thursday that his client will need reconstructive surgery…
ABA Journal

Wheels come off fundamentally dishonest minibus claim

Multiple claims notification forms appeared to give completely different accounts of collision.
Law Society Gazette

Gorsuch, like Alito, will not join cert pool

The law clerks for Justice Neil M. Gorsuch have their work cut out for them. Gorsuch will not be joining the so-called cert pool, in…
ABA Journal

Multistate bar exam scores drop to lowest point ever; is there a link to low-end LSAT scores?

The average score on the multistate bar exam in February 2017 dropped by another point, reaching the lowest level since the exam was first administered…
ABA Journal

Law grad with criminal record can sit for state bar, Washington Supreme Court rules

After a Thursday hearing with many questions centered on the substance abuse recovery of Tarra Simmons—a 2017 law school graduate who also has an addiction…
ABA Journal

Ohio high court justice condemns sexual-indiscretion ‘feeding frenzy,’ defends ‘heterosexual males’

An Ohio Supreme Court justice who is running as a Democrat for governor has created a firestorm in a Facebook post asserting he was “sooooo…
ABA Journal

Grassley schedules hearings for two appellate judicial nominees despite blue-slip objections

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is scheduling hearings for two nominees to federal appeals courts despite blue-slip opposition.Grassley said Thursday he would…
ABA Journal

FBI’s latest crime report missing nearly 70 percent of its usual data tables

The FBI’s most recent “Crime in the United States” report lacks almost 70 percent of data tables it provided in the 2015 report, according to…
ABA Journal

‘Judges wear robes, not capes,’ Gorsuch says in Federalist Society speech

Justice Neil Gorsuch got some laughs as he referred to criticism of the Federalist Society and one of his own court rulings in a speech…
ABA Journal

Woman with profane anti-Trump bumper sticker that offended Texas sheriff is arrested

A Texas woman who displayed a “F— Trump” bumper sticker on her truck has been arrested on an outstanding warrant after the local sheriff said…
ABA Journal

Senate panel tells Jared Kushner’s lawyer he failed to provide WikiLeaks emails

Leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee have told a lawyer for Jared Kushner that he failed to provide the panel with emails Kushner received concerning…
ABA Journal

Jurors reject claim that asbestos in talcum powder caused mesothelioma

Jurors in Pasadena, California, have found no liability in a lawsuit by a woman who said that she contracted mesothelioma by inhaling asbestos in baby…
ABA Journal

Political donations to prosecutors under scrutiny in New York

After suggestions of impropriety in two high-profile cases, New Yorkers are increasingly interested in limiting campaign donations to prosecutors, the New York Times reported…
ABA Journal

United States: PTAB Standardizes CAFC Remand Practices - Ropes & Gray LLP

As discussed last week, a remand to the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) may be a short-lived victory for Patent Owners.

United States: Beware The Rumor Mill: Massachusetts Court Finds Reporting Of Rumored Office Romance May Be Protected Activity - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

A Massachusetts federal court has found that reporting a rumored office romance and complaining about paramour favoritism can be protected activity that is protected by anti-retaliation laws.

United States: When Are Swashbuckling Experts Seemingly ‘Flooding' A Court With Large Number Of References? - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

In Bayer Pharma AG v. Watson Laboratories, Inc. (Fed. Cir. November 1, 2017), the Federal Circuit overturned the District of Delaware's finding that Watson failed

United States: CMS Finalizes Medicare OPPS, ASC Rates And Policies For CY 2018 - Reed Smith

CMS is redistributing the $1.6 billion in savings from this change by increasing by 3.2% conversion factor for non-drug items and services for 2018.

Patent professionals reassure Chinese over Brexit

Delegation from Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys and UK Intellectual Property Office visits China.
Law Society Gazette

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