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2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Bankruptcy & Restructuring Lawyers

2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Bankruptcy & Restructuring Lawyers

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We’re delighted to introduce our first guide of the year – the Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S…

Hall of Fame Lawyer Limelight: Ty Cobb

Hall of Fame Lawyer Limelight: Ty Cobb

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Washington, D.C., a refined Italian restaurant downtown. Spring 2017. In the past, wine was poured t…

Leaders in Environmental Law: The Greenpeace International Legal Unit

Leaders in Environmental Law: The Greenpeace International Legal Unit

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The crises of climate change and threats to biodiversity require many stakeholders to take action. A…

Lawyer Limelight: Sam Maduegbuna

Lawyer Limelight: Sam Maduegbuna

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When Nigerian-born trial lawyer Sam Maduegbuna first came to the United States in the early 1990s, h…

SUPREME COURT OKS CHALLENGE TO TEXAS ABORTION LAW – BUT WON'T BLOCK IT

SUPREME COURT OKS CHALLENGE TO TEXAS ABORTION LAW – BUT WON'T BLOCK IT

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The ruling, considerably more detailed than a midnight order in September allowing the Texas law to stand, nonetheless reached much the same conclusion.

Legal Consultant Limelight: Jane Sullivan Roberts

Legal Consultant Limelight: Jane Sullivan Roberts

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A stick slaps against the ball, and kids roar in excitement as the leaves make their way toward rus…

FBI Agents Became CIA Agents During Crucial Black-Site Period, 9/11 Hearings Reveal

FBI Agents Became CIA Agents During Crucial Black-Site Period, 9/11 Hearings Reveal

By | News & Features, Guantanamo Bay

Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba – The latest pretrial session in the Sept. 11 case ended much wher…

Lawdragon's Leading Corporate Employment Lawyers of America

Lawdragon's Leading Corporate Employment Lawyers of America

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We’re proud to publish this year’s edition of the Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S. Corporate E…

Federal judge rejects Trump's request to block release of Jan. 6 records

Federal judge rejects Trump's request to block release of Jan. 6 records

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Trump, who claims the 2020 presidential election was rigged against him, cited executive privilege to prevent the release of records related to a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Lawyers in 9/11 Case Seek Evidence of CIA Interrogators' Psychological “Scars”

Lawyers in 9/11 Case Seek Evidence of CIA Interrogators' Psychological “Scars”

By | News & Features, Guantanamo Bay

Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba – Lawyers for the Sept. 11 defendants this week asked a military j…

Carmody, Snyder Face Off in Tinder Valuation Battle

Carmody, Snyder Face Off in Tinder Valuation Battle

By | News & Features, Susman Features

Talk about a great match. Tall Texan Bill will face off with Snarling New Yorker Orin in New York st…

Supreme Court presses Texas on abortion law's 'private' enforcers

Supreme Court presses Texas on abortion law's 'private' enforcers

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S.B. 8 authorizes suits against anyone involved in an abortion except the women patients themselves, guaranteeing a minimum award of $10,000 and barring defendants from recovering any legal expenses.

Supreme Court weighs whether U.S. can block Texas abortion law

Supreme Court weighs whether U.S. can block Texas abortion law

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Justices have scheduled oral arguments for Monday, Nov. 1, on the U.S. government’s campaign to block a Texas statute that bans most abortions.

Jurors Recommend Clemency After Detainee’s Graphic Account of CIA Torture

Jurors Recommend Clemency After Detainee’s Graphic Account of CIA Torture

By | News & Features, Guantanamo Bay

Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba – The tale of how a weed-smoking Baltimore schoolboy became an al …

Feds urge Supreme Court to reconsider Texas abortion law

Feds urge Supreme Court to reconsider Texas abortion law

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The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to block a Texas law that virtually bans abortions, reminding justices who declined to do so previously that the statute is designed to thwart the court’s own authority.

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