Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Lawyers and former federal prosecutors say deferred and nonprosecution agreements are becoming more common as companies realize cooperation and compliance with FCPA regulations could lead to reduced fines and spare them criminal actions. Amanda Bronstad has the story.
Cold War Court Plan: Tony Mauro reports on new historical research that offers insight into the U.S. Supreme Court's perceived indifference to making disaster contingency plans. During the Cold War era, the court dropped plans to relocate to Asheville, N.C., in the face of a nuclear threat.
Toyota's 'Crown Jewels': Lawyers with cases against Toyota are pushing for access to the company's "crown jewels": the source software code behind the electronics of its vehicles, which almost no one has seen. Amanda Bronstad reports.
Old Case, New Problem: Todd Ruger explores recent controversy over a deal hammered out two years ago between the U.S. Department of Justice and the city of St. Paul, Minn.
Lobbyists Press Legal Fight: Andrew Ramonas reports on efforts to reverse a Washington federal judge's decision to uphold the Obama administration's ban on lobbyists serving on agency boards and committees.