Costly Side Effects: As JPMorgan Chase & Co. hammers out a $13 billion settlement with the government, the bank has more to worry about than paying Uncle Sam and consumers. Any settlement would also have direct repercussions in a $10 billion lawsuit Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. has filed over shoddy assets. Jenna Greene reports.
Spill Settlement: Amanda Bronstad reports on the latest set of court challenges related to the $9.6 billion Deepwater Horizon settlement.
Class of '13: The incoming law school class of 2010 graduated in May, took the bar in July, and now are launching their legal careers. Karen Sloan recently caught up with three of them to see what they are doing now, how they feel about their law school experience and what advice they have for those following in their footsteps.
Building a Supreme Court Practice: Williams & Connolly partner Kannon Shanmugam sat down with Tony Mauro to discuss building a practice at a firm that does not have practice groups, amid the competitive and economic pressures of representing clients before the nation's highest court.
Gun Docket: Guns are back before the U.S. Supreme Court this term, but the cases at hand don't target any of gun advocates' most wanted issues. Marcia Coyle takes a look.
Representing Corporate America: This annual survey takes a look at which firms are representing America's largest companies.