The United Kingdom’s historic vote to leave the European Union came among one of the busiest lateral hiring sprees by U.S. law firms in London, but that growth may be put to the test as clients themselves ponder exiting the market.
- Post-Conviction Counsel 'Crisis' at Center of Court Hearing
- Fattah Faces Long Odds on Conviction Appeal
- Brexit Leaves U.S. Regulatory Attorneys With Many Questions
- Law Firms Face Uncertain Future As Brexit Result Hits Markets
- 1970s Sandusky Victims Emerge as Issue in Paterno Defamation Suit
- School Faces Constitutional Trouble for Letting Students Run in the Halls
Can a court determine that a woman who believes her own "unsubstantiated and wild claims" has an undiagnosed mental illness, despite an opinion from a court-appointed expert to the contrary?
As calls for more restrictive gun regulations grow in fervor and frequency around the country, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has struck down an act that allowed organizations such as the National Rifle Association to challenge local gun-control laws in court.
Welcome to the 2016 Professional Excellence supplement. This year we honored three notable attorneys and 25 were honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards.
View the top verdicts and settlements as reported by VerdictSearch for 2015, including charts, case summaries, settlements, as well as break-out charts for specific categories.