In Jeopardy: The confirmation of Richard Cordray as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau faces stiff opposition from Republicans. Jenna Greene reports.
Merrily Litigating for Its Cause: Tony Mauro reports on the Institute for Justice and its 20 years of high-profile legal battles.
Going After Asbestos Settlements: David Ingram reports on the proposals floating around Capitol Hill that could greatly impact asbestos litigation.
Growing Appeals: Mike Scarcella reports on some of the cases queued up before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit as the court's summer recess comes to a close.
A Question of Mental Health: A case before the D.C. Court of Appeals asks whether doctors in the district can forcibly commit a voluntary patient. Zoe Tillman reports.