The NLJ 350: For the first time since 1983, The National Law Journal has expanded its annual list of the nation's largest law firms. Check out the 100 additional firms on this year's list, which which provides a closer look at midsize firm growth and regional players outside the big cities that traditionally dominate the list.
OSHA takes aggressive new stance: The agency's hands are tied by statute when it comes to assessing fines, but Jenna Greene explores a controversial tactic known as "regulation by shaming" — issuing strongly worded press releases condemning companies for wrongdoing.
Feds take aim at kleptocrats: Mike Scarcella reports on the U.S. Department of Justice's aggressive and rare civil forfeiture case targeting possessions of Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, a member of the Equatorial Guinea cabinet and son of the central African nation's president.
'No retribution, no fear': Andrew Ramonas reports on efforts by the District of Columbia U.S. attorney's office to enforce the Lobbying Disclosure Act. Critics say the office has not been aggressive enough, causing lobbyists to say they've learned not to fear any backlash from prosecutors.
'In Chambers': Tony Mauro interviews the authors of "In Chambers", a new book about the relationship between U.S. Supreme Court justices and their law clerks.