Pro Bono Hot List: Which attorneys stand out for the time they volunteered for nonprofit causes in 2013? The National Law Journal takes a look in its annual pro bono report.
Courts Join NSA Fight: The U.S. Supreme Court may have to rule upon the National Security Agency's data gathering after two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the agency's telephone surveillance program in December, Andrew Ramonas, Todd Ruger and Tony Mauro report.
Of Bandmates and Bad Blood: The desire to prevent former bandmates from trading on past rock and roll glory is driving two similar federal trademark cases, Sheri Qualters reports.
John Marshall Law Has Its First Skadden Fellow: Karen Sloan reports on how Sarah Hess beat the odds.
Law Firms Wary of Tax Provision: Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) this month expects to receive public comments on draft legislation that could pose a financial hardship for large law firms and hit partners with outsized tax bills, Todd Ruger reports.