Legal affairs correspondent for The Chicago Tribune, she turns to Chai Feldblum, professor of disability law at the Georgetown University Law Center, and Stephen Bokat, senior vice president and general counsel for the United States Chamber of Commerce to discuss…
The Supreme Court narrows the scope of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Supreme Court Monday refused to block a trial that could mean the death penalty for convicted Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols.
Texas writer Vanessa Leggett, jailed for refusing to turn over her research on a local murder to a grand jury, will take her case to the U.S. Supreme Court, her lawyer said today.
Elizabeth Brackett reports on the use of race in admissions at the University of Michigan's law school.
Software giant Microsoft appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that the company is an illegal monopoly.
Gwen Ifill talks with National Law Journal Supreme Court correspondent Marcia Coyle about the end of the Supreme Court's session.
Publishers violated the copyrights of freelance writers by archiving their material in electronic databases, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Supreme Court correspondent Marcia Coyle analyzes today's Supreme Court judgments on separation of church and state, search and seizure, and immigration.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday members of the news media cannot be held liable for repeating the contents of telephone calls illegally taped by third parties.
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