On July 1, the Supreme Court ruled that Arizona’s rules do not violate the VRA. The Court will steer clear of states fiddling with the election process.
Knowing the difference between the legal concepts of actual and constructive notice is important in premises liability litigation.
According to a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision, the NCAA violated antitrust provisions of the Sherman Act in its limitation of student athlete benefits.
What would it take to reinvent American politics and create a new government model? Learn about the prospect of government reformation and what’s involved with holding a constitutional convention to institute change.
We’re going to look at one of the most notorious personal injury cases to make news headlines in the last 30 years, the McDonald’s hot coffee case.
One of the final recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court term highlights its ideological divide that appears to signal its posture for years to come.
The U.S. Supreme Court continues to send seemingly mixed messages about the recognition of LGBTQ equity rights and the limitation of those rights.
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