Judge suggests the Obama administration replace individual mandate with a tax to cure constitutional problems
University of Illinois law professor speculates that computers may soon predict lawsuit outcomes
The firm adds the name of partner Ronald Shiller, who joined from DLA Piper in 2009
The lawsuit filed Thursday by Center City's Cozen O'Connor law firm shows that litigation over 9/11 is far from over
Law Review: It’s getting harder for plaintiffs in the huge pollution lawsuit against Chevron to argue that the Ecuadorian judicial system is squeaky clean.
Philly firms continue to expand in LA
Villanova may now have the most reliable law school admissions data in the nation.
It appears that the critical focus on law school admissions data and their reports of graduate employment won’t go away.
Say what you will about the messy debate over raising the debt limit, concluded last Friday, but the down to the wire negotiations signaled some hard new realities
Abraham Lincoln is reported once to have said that “a lawyer’s advice and time are his stock in trade.”