Health care at the high court: Marcia Coyle and Tony Mauro take a look at last week's arguments before the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act. Check out their post-argument analysis on everything from Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr.'s performance to lessons learned about the court's ideological divide moving forward.
NLJ 250 Regional Report: An analysis of regional data collected from this year's NLJ 250 survey of America's largest law firms shows that while New York and Washington continued to have the highest headcount, they didn't see the same growth as areas like Boston and Los Angeles. The full breakdown is here.
Stevens report fallout: Since the publication of a high-profile report on the Justice Department's handling of the Ted Stevens prosecution on March 15, complaints have started to surface both about the process of the misconduct investigation and the findings that the special prosecutor, Henry "Hank" Schuelke III, reached, Mike Scarcella reports.
New drug battle rises in D.C.: Zoe Tillman reports on new litigation in Washington and Boston federal courts over the alleged link between breast cancer and diethylstilbestrol, a synthetic form of estrogen prescribed in the mid-20th century that was later linked to birth defects.