Did 16 of the country's most prestigious private universities conspire to reduce the amount of financial aid students received?
A federal court says Richard Robol concealed inventories of gold his former client recovered from a shipwreck, earning him a four-year suspension.
In a matter of first impression, the 10th Circuit has held that a district court cannot impose a harsher sentence based solely on a defendant's decision to plead guilty without a plea agreement.
A rival is suing the WWE, alleging antitrust law violations. Will the WWE be able to kick out? Learn more at FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.
Some Republican-led states are taking steps to provide unemployment compensation for workers who refuse COVID-19 vaccinations. Learn more at FindLaw.
When deciding whether to let OSHA's vaccine mandate stand, SCOTUS will have to determine what "major question" it's answers. Learn more on FindLaw's Courtside blog.
A review of recent legal news, including an effort by hog producers to halt a California law requiring humane treatment of farm animals.
The policy fight against climate change is going nowhere. Activists are hopeful they can make progress in the courts. Learn more on FindLaw's Courtside blog.
The three cases before the U.S. Supreme Court challenging the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for employers with 100 or more employees are unique in many ways.
FindLaw highlights some of the incredible pro bono work attorneys did in 2021.