Cease and desist? Tweet!: Sheri Qualters reports that accused trademark infringers are increasingly using social media to fight back, in the hopes that the Internet spotlight will create a backlash against overaggressive trademark owners, even if they have legitimate claims.
Heat is on for law school test: The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the U.S. Department of Justice have filed suit against the Law School Admission Council, alleging that the council's accommodations process violates the Americans With Disabilities Act. Karen Sloan has the story.
Putting shield to the test: Mike Scarcella takes a look at the Justice Department's efforts to fight an attempt by plaintiffs in a human rights case to subpoena Álvaro Uribe Vélez, the former president of Colombia.
More pressure over recusals: By longstanding tradition, U.S. Supreme Court justices almost never publicly explain their recusal decisions. But Tony Mauro reports that the tradition is increasingly coming under fire, with a growing number of groups urging justices to publicly explain their decisions to bow out of – or stay in – cases before them.