In Apple fight, sharp elbows: With key patents at stake, Jenna Greene reports that lawyers for Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Corp. deployed tough strategies at the International Trade Commission.
Darvon plaintiffs look to Sixth Circuit: A once-promising class action involving claims of serious heart ailments linked to the prescription painkillers Darvon and Darvocet now depends on a Hail Mary pass to the Sixth Circuit. Amanda Bronstad has the story.
Buyers' market at law school: Faced with a nationwide decline in applicants, Karen Sloan reports that many law schools have responded by accepting a larger percentage of applicants and sweetening their scholarship packages, in hopes of locking in prospective students.
DOJ's clash over conduct: Mike Scarcella explores the U.S. Justice Department's role in a rare fight over the authority to regulate government lawyers. The department is backing a former federal prosecutor in Washington accused of intentionally keeping evidence secret in a shooting case a decade ago.
Two cities, two big parties: Andrew Ramonas and Todd Ruger preview the parties and events a number of law firms are expected to host during the upcoming Democratic and Republic conventions.