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Justice O'Connor Shattered Barriers, Built Bridges
A Southwestern cowgirl who will always be known as the first woman to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice San...(read more)
Sandra Day O'Connor, First Woman On Supreme Court, Dies
Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the court's first female member, died Friday at 93, acco...(read more)
EPA Finalizes Stricter Methane Rules For Oil And Gas Sector
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Saturday finalized sweeping methane emissions control requirements for oil and gas infrastructure that include the first-ever requirements for existing sources.
Trump Can't Invoke Presidential Immunity In Jan. 6 Case
A District of Columbia federal judge on Friday firmly rejected Donald Trump's argument that "presidential immunity" shields him from the criminal charges stemming from allegations of election interference in 2020, ruling that Trump doesn't enjoy a "lifelong 'get-out-of-jail-free' pass" just because he was president.
Judge Slams Google's 'Deeply Troubling' Tactics As Trial Ends
A California federal judge overseeing the antitrust trial between Epic Games Inc. and Google LLC said Friday he's concerned that Google's willful destruction of evidence and "bogus" privilege assertions constitute a "frontal assault on the administration of justice," and that jury instructions in the newly wrapped trial will reflect the company's "deeply disturbing" behavior.
Trump Shouldn't Go To Trial In Ga. Until After Term, Atty Says
Former President Donald Trump's legal team argued in court Friday that the Georgia election interference case should be thrown out because it violates the First Amendment, and that if he wins the 2024 election, the trial would have to be postponed until the end of his second presidential term.
Natera Wins Cancer Test Injunction After $19M IP Verdict
A Delaware federal judge has barred Invitae Corp. from using its Personalized Cancer Monitoring test in certain ways that infringe patents owned by Natera Inc., according to a rare injunction made public Friday.
Former Clerks Say Justice O'Connor Still Worth Emulating
BigLaw attorneys mentored by former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who died Friday after a lengthy battle with dementia, say she'll be remembered as an incisive jurist who always put facts and practical considerations above abstract ideological commitments, as well as a deeply gracious and down-to-earth woman who never let her dedication to the law overshadow her zest for life.
Up Next At High Court: Purdue Pharma, Taxes & Job Transfers
The U.S. Supreme Court returns Monday for the last argument session of the calendar year to consider whether bankruptcy courts have the authority to sign off on third-party liability releases in Chapter 11 plans, whether Congress can tax unrealized foreign gains, and which standard should be used to determine the viability of employment discrimination claims.
DC Circ. Prods DOJ, Realtors Over Limits Of Antitrust Deal
A D.C. Circuit panel seemed skeptical during oral arguments Friday that a deal between the National Association of Realtors and the U.S. Department of Justice ending an antitrust investigation meant the agency could never reopen the probe.
Title IX Suit Against U. Of Oregon Claims 'Glaring' Inequalities
The members of two women's teams at the University of Oregon filed a federal sex discrimination class action against the institution Friday, accusing it of violating Title IX by treating its male athletes — especially the football team — "shockingly better" than its female athletes.
3rd Circ. Lets Rule Stand In Case Where FERC Deadlocked
The Third Circuit on Friday upheld a rule change allowing the nation's largest grid operator to no longer require state-backed renewable energy sources to meet a price floor in electricity capacity auctions, holding that the appellate court can review the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission deadlock that allowed the rule to take effect.
Trump Gets More Experts In NY Fraud Trial, Can't Call Monitor
A New York judge on Friday allowed Donald Trump to call more experts in his civil fraud trial defense case, including a real estate broker friendly with the former president, but rejected Trump's attempt to put the court's independent monitor on the stand.
Special Visas Needed To Address Health Labor Shortages
In the first of a three-part series focused on labor shortages, Law360 examines the immigration solutions that could help alleviate the strain on the healthcare sector.
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