The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed divided on whether the nation's major job bias law allows lawsuits against employers who retaliate against the fiancé, best friend or other third party in a close relationship with a worker who has complained of dis...
[JURIST] The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court [official website] ruled Thursday that prosecutors can indict a genetic profile in a rape case, even if they do not know the suspect's name. The ruling will allow prosecutors to indict suspects based on...
A court hearing will be held today involving Berwin Leighton Paisner tax associate Richard Davies Jones, who has been charged in the stabbing death of his wife.
Arizona's crackdown on employers who hire unauthorized aliens won sympathy and support from a number of justices during Supreme Court arguments Wednesday in a challenge to the Granite state's immigration law.
As the news broke early Tuesday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested, Visa and MasterCard joined companies that are distancing themselves from the online publisher of classified documents.
In his annual report on the federal judiciary, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. called on the "political branches" to find a long-term solution to the "persistent problem" of filling judicial vacancies.
One of the high court's most conservative justices and one of the most liberal sparred Friday over capital punishment and other constitutional questions that highlighted their differences.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has permanently barred a New York lawyer from practicing before the commission after finding he had engaged in unethical conduct with a "high degree of scienter" making "future violations likely."