To Expose a Critic: An Oct. 24 court hearing will decided whether Cooley Law School can pursue its case against four anonymous critics who decry the school's admission standards, graduate employment record and student retention rate. Karen Sloan reports.
Judge Spurns FDA Power Play: Mike Scarcella reports on the FDA's case against a Florida-based pharmacy that was tossed out, limiting the regulatory reach of the agency. The government has until Nov. 11 to challenge the ruling.
Pending Patent Reform: As the new laws governing patents go into effect over the next 18 months, lawyers will be kept busy with new rules and more hurdles. Sheri Qualters reports.
A Fight Over Libya: Since 2006, the Libyan government has been fighting for control over internet domain names. But the ensuing conflict in Africa raises some lofty legal questions for which there is thin precedent. Zoe Tillman reports.