High Court in Marriage Crosshairs: The debate over same-sex marriage is one step closer to being argued before the high court. Marcia Coyle reports.
Big Bribery Sting - Zero Convictions: After two years and two lengthy trials, as well as a significant investment of time and money, DOJ hasn't notched a single conviction. Mike Scarcella reports on the DOJ's Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations.
Hot List: Litigation Boutiques are in the spotlight this week, as The National Law Journal unveils its 10 picks for the latest firms making waves.
Japan Enlists Lobbyists for Trade Pact Help: American automakers and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are pitted against one another in a lobbying war over Japan's inclusion in the pan-Pacific free-trade pact. Andrew Ramonas reports.
Assault Case Prompts Ethics Claims, Bar Fight: After a man was acquitted of simple assault, lawyers involved in the case have been fighting over the outcome of the trial. Now the Office of Bar Counsel is investigating claims of misconduct. Zoe Tillman reports.