The IP Hot List: The National Law Journal released its first ever Intellectual Property Hot List, profiling 20 law firms that are innovators in applying legal principles to fast-changing technology.
Rocky road for EEOC: Jenna Greene reports that a recent loss in a sexual harassment case could set a potentially dangerous precedent for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as it tries to bring other cases alleging "systemic" discrimination.
Ending repeat remands: Marcia Coyle explores efforts by veterans in separate cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit who are seeking an end to the repeated remand of claims for disability benefits.
Hyde Amendment: In cases where federal prosecutors are accused of acting in bad faith, criminal defense attorneys are rarely successful at recouping the cost of defense under the so-called Hyde Amendment. Mike Scarcella reports that the U.S. Supreme Court may get a chance to review the Hyde Amendment's scope.
Witnesses tell a new story: As a D.C. Superior Court judge weighs whether to vacate convictions in a brutal 1984 murder, Zoe Tillman explores the role recanting witnesses are playing in their case.