Human rights abuses are a matter for Congress, according to a US Supreme Court case on financing militant attacks.
Law firms are enjoying their highest growth since 2010, the latest AmLaw 100 report reveals.
US graduates seeking entry-level legal jobs found less opportunity last year.
Exxon is appealing against dismissal of case in which the oil giant claims federal investigation is retaliation on oil giant's climate change views.
The US Justice Department (DOJ) is investigating collusion, which also involves the industry trade association.
After 12 years listing family-friendly firms, Yale Law Women has released the Top-10 female-friendly firms.
The US SEC has proposed a new rule requiring investment advisers and broker-dealers to explain fees and put customer first.
The M&A team at Siemens Canada partnered with Blake Cassels & Graydon to test AI on healthcare transaction.
The initiative requires digital currency trading platforms to provide information on their policies and practices.
The US Supreme Court ends controversial email privacy case citing the Cloud Act.