The NLJ 250: Our annual survey of the biggest U.S. firms by headcount, shows that, on the whole, large firms added attorneys again last year. But the increases weren't universal. Check out this year's list and several related features.
The sleeper issue: Tony Mauro explores the final issue expected to come before the U.S. Supreme Court during this week's arguments over the Affordable Care Act - a challenge to the law's provisions on Medicaid.
One law, indivisible — or is it?: Marcia Coyle takes a look at arguments surrounding whether the entire Affordable Care Act should fall if the justices find the individual mandate is unconstitutional.
D.C. lobbyists take on water: The largest irrigation district in the United States is bulking up on lawyer-lobbyists in Washington for a battle pitting agribusiness against an array of environmental groups. Andrew Ramonas has the story.
U.S. trips in Rwanda prosecution: Jason McClure reports on efforts by the U.S. Department of Justice and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to prosecute and deport U.S. residents suspected of involvement in Rwanda's 100-day slaughter, 18 years after it ended.