Arizona Judge Killed: Our print edition went to press before Saturday's tragic events in Tucson, but we have a story about Arizona Chief U.S. District Court Judge John Roll's legacy of service online, here.
Desegregation Battle is Not Over: Lawyers are preparing for a federal trial in June over claims that Maryland's higher education system retains the vestiges of illegal segregation. Marcia Coyle reports that it will be the first such trial in 15 years.
Toyota Litigation: Toyota owners are not the only ones seeking compensation from the car-maker for sudden-acceleration defects. Insurance companies that have had to compensate drivers are also lining up, Amanda Bronstad reports.
Jail for Contempt? A magistrate judge is mulling whether Scott Bloch, the former head of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, deserves jail time for charges of contempt of Congress. Michael Scarcella has the story.
Labor and Employment: A special section on the latest developments in labor and employment law looks at, among other things, continuing disagreements over how to calculate overtime damages in Fair Labor Standards Act cases.