Unlike jurors in the murder case of O.J. Simpson, the 12 Manhattanites picked to hear criminal charges against Donald Trump likely won't be sequestered during the trial — easing psychological and financial burdens but potentially exposing them to outside pressures.
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OJ Simpson's Jury Was Sequestered. Why Not Trump's?

By Phillip Bantz

Unlike jurors in the murder case of O.J. Simpson, the 12 Manhattanites picked to hear criminal charges against Donald Trump likely won't be sequestered during the trial — easing psychological and financial burdens but potentially exposing them to outside pressures.

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Leonard Leo Rebuffs Senate Judiciary Committee Subpoena

By Courtney Bublé

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, served influential conservative and longtime Federalist Society executive Leonard Leo with a subpoena on Thursday as part of his U.S. Supreme Court ethics probe, which Leo is refusing to comply with.

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Treasury Proposes Steeper Foreign Investment Law Penalties

By Charlie Innis

The U.S. Department of the Treasury issued a notice Thursday proposing to sharpen its procedures and enforcement practices for reviewing foreign investment deals for national security issues, according to an announcement.

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State Rules Can't 'Obliterate' Federal Rights, Justices Told

By Katie Buehler

The U.S. Supreme Court must clarify that states are categorically prohibited from requiring plaintiffs to exhaust local administrative remedies before pursuing claims that state officials violated federal rights, several Alabamans told the court Thursday, warning that state prerequisites obliterate federal rights.

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Calif., NY And SD Judicial Nominees Advance To Full Senate

By Courtney Buble

Four judicial nominees were voted out of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, including one scrutinized for his affiliation with the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and the group's position on hot button issues.

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Judge Calls Out Colo. For Limiting Prisoner Calls With Attys

By Thy Vo

A Colorado state judge on Thursday said the state's prisons seemed to be imposing "draconian" limits on virtual calls between prisoners and their lawyers, telling officials to figure out how to do more for those seeking to join a proposed class action accusing the state of using them for slave labor.

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NC Justices Hint Holtzman Vogel Immune In Defamation Case

By Hayley Fowler

The North Carolina Supreme Court's Republican majority seems poised to reverse a Court of Appeals decision forcing Holtzman Vogel Baran Torchinsky & Josefiak PLLC to face voters' defamation claims, with one justice lamenting that revoking the law firm's privilege defense could upend decades of case law in the Tar Heel State.

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Prison Racial Gap Narrowing, No Thanks To Reforms, Study Says

By Marco Poggio

A wide range of changes to criminal sentencing laws that most states have adopted in the last two decades did not play a major role in the reduction of Black-white disparity in imprisonment seen between 2000 and 2020, according to a study released Thursday by the Council on Criminal Justice.

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ELECTION FIGHTS

Trump Camp Must Face 2020 Election Lies Suit

By Daniel Ducassi

A Denver trial court rightfully kept intact a former Dominion executive's defamation claims against Donald Trump's presidential campaign and others, accusing them of spreading false claims that the executive helped rig the 2020 election, a Colorado appellate panel ruled Thursday.

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Prosecutor Named In Ga. Lt. Gov. 2020 Fake Elector Probe

By Kelcey Caulder

Nearly two years after a judge disqualified Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from investigating Georgia Lieutenant Gov. Burt Jones over his alleged role in helping former President Donald Trump overturn the state's 2020 presidential election, a state prosecutor has been appointed to handle the case.

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Ga. Judge Tosses Immigrant Voting Rights Suit Mid-Trial

By Chart Riggall

As attorneys for the Georgia Secretary of State's office prepared to mount their defense Thursday against a lawsuit challenging the legality of how the state adds newly naturalized citizens to its voter rolls, an Atlanta federal judge instead announced she was dismissing the case mid-trial.

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Race Bias Used To Form New Fla. Senate Districts, Voters Say

By David Minsky

A group of Tampa-area residents has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the validity of a state Senate district map, claiming Florida officials wrongly used race as a factor to redraw two districts and diminished the ability of Black voters to elect representatives of their choice.

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BANKING & SECURITIES

CFPB Says Credit Card Shares Disqualifying In 5th Circ. Case

By Jon Hill

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sparred Thursday with a coalition of trade groups over recusal standards in their Fifth Circuit lawsuit challenging the agency's new $8 credit card late fee rule, arguing that a judge's ownership of stock in a major card-issuing bank ought to be disqualifying in itself.

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CFPB, EU Say Teamwork 'Critical' As Fintech Bridges Atlantic

By Aislinn Keely

The consumer protection watchdogs in Europe and the U.S. said Thursday that their ongoing dialogue has yielded three shared focuses — the expansion of technology firms' payment services, the use of artificial intelligence in consumer markets and buy now, pay later products.

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ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL

DOI Lowers Fees For Solar, Wind Projects On Public Lands

By Madeline Lyskawa

The U.S. Department of the Interior unveiled finalized updates to its renewable energy regulations on Thursday that are aimed at promoting the development of solar and wind energy on public lands by lowering the associated fees.

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Interior Dept. Finalizes Rule To Strengthen Endangered Species Act

By Juan-Carlos Rodriguez

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Thursday announced a final rule it said is intended to increase participation in its voluntary conservation programs, but environmentalists slammed it as "a huge missed opportunity" to improve conditions for wildlife.

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Colonial Oil Fined $2.8M For Violating Renewable Fuel Rules

By Peter McGuire

Colonial Oil Industries Inc. will pay a $2.8 million fine to resolve allegations it dodged federal renewable fuel mandates by selling 100 million gallons of diesel to marine vessels without buying required offset credits, according to a proposed settlement filed in Georgia federal court.

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US Sends Mixed Messages In Enbridge Line 5 Pipeline Dispute

By Crystal Owens

The U.S. government sent mixed messages to the Seventh Circuit in weighing in on Enbridge's controversial Line 5 oil pipeline, saying a lower court was right to determine that the company is trespassing on tribal lands, but recommended that the case be remanded and that a tribe's public nuisance claim be dismissed. 

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Vineyard Wind Project Thoroughly Vetted, Feds Tell 1st Circ.

By Chris Villani

The federal government on Thursday urged the First Circuit to uphold a Massachusetts federal judge's decision tossing a fishing group's challenge to the Vineyard Wind project, saying it was approved by the U.S. Department of the Interior after extensive analysis.

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EPA Says Colo. Air Pollution Plan Approval Was Proper

By Juan-Carlos Rodriguez

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday urged the Tenth Circuit to uphold its approval of a Colorado air emissions permitting program, and said a green group's argument that the scheme contains too many exemptions for the oil and gas industry pollution is mistaken.

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HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES

FDA Commissioner Says Congress Must Act On Hemp, CBD

By Sam Reisman

The commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that the agency did not consider hemp-derived CBD safe enough to be sold lawfully as a dietary supplement, and urged Congress to create a new pathway to regulate the substance.

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Shops Fight Altria Unit's Bid To Block Flavored Vape Sales

By Jonathan Capriel

A group of smoke shops urged a California federal judge to reject a bid by vape manufacturer NJOY, a subsidiary of tobacco giant Altria Group, Inc., seeking to block the retailers from selling Elf Bar branded flavored vapes, arguing that consumers won't flock to NJOY's tobacco flavored products even if Elf Bar is off the market.

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IP & TECHNOLOGY

Judge Tells USPTO To Hand Over 'Expanded' Panels List

By Andrew Karpan

A Virginia federal judge has ordered the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to hand over a list the agency once made of how many Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings went before "expanded" panels, a practice that has since been abandoned.

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MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

Drag Ban Opponents Defend Free Speech Stance To 5th Circ.

By Catherine Marfin

A coalition of LGBTQ advocacy groups, performers and venues challenging a Lone Star State law widely seen as a ban on drag shows told the Fifth Circuit that the attorney general "ignores established precedent" in his defense of the legislation, which the groups said chills "inherently expressive" performances.

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REAL ESTATE

Colo. Developer Sues Over Remodeling Impact Fees

By Isaac Monterose

A Colorado developer has accused Pitkin County's Board of Commissioners in Colorado federal court of wrongfully charging impact fees on the remodel of a residential property.

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EMPLOYMENT & BENEFITS

1st Challenge To NLRB Structure Axed For Lack Of Standing

By Emily Brill

A Washington, D.C., federal judge tossed a constitutional challenge to the National Labor Relations Board's structure filed by two Starbucks employees, ruling that the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation-represented baristas did not have standing to sue.

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DOL's Final OT Rule Incoming After Clearing OMB Review

By Irene Spezzamonte

The U.S. Department of Labor might soon issue a final rule increasing salaries in order for workers to be considered overtime-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act, after a proposed rule cleared the White House's Office of Management and Budget.

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COMPETITION

FTC 'Hopeful' Merger Judges Can See Past Market Definition

By Bryan Koenig

The Federal Trade Commission's top antitrust enforcer emphasized Thursday that the FTC and Justice Department's new merger guidelines could facilitate transaction challenges based solely on "direct" competitive effects, regardless of what market definition numbers indicate.

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Price-Fixing Cartel Self Reporting On 'Steady Uptick,' Panel Says

By Bryan Koenig

U.S. and European antitrust enforcers touted a turnaround Thursday in the number of companies self-reporting price-fixing, bid-rigging and market allocation schemes in the search for "leniency" from financial and criminal penalties over the last three years.

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FTC's Bedoya Looking For Market Power In Pricing Cases

By Matthew Perlman

Federal Trade Commissioner Alvaro Bedoya said Thursday he is most interested in bringing potential cases under the Robinson Patman Act when a company is using its market power to gain an unfair advantage over smaller rivals.

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State Enforcers: Not Joining Fed Cases No Sign Of Opposition

By Matthew Perlman

Several state enforcers said Thursday they choose which antitrust cases being brought by federal enforcers they join based on a number of factors, and it doesn't mean they are opposed to a case if they decide not to join.

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CYBERSECURITY & PRIVACY

Proposed BIPA Penalty Reforms Advance In Ill. Legislature

By Hailey Konnath

The Illinois Senate on Thursday passed legislation that would update the Biometric Information Privacy Act as well as tweak its liability guidelines, a clarification that proponents say is needed to protect businesses from costly, frivolous litigation.

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Auto Tech Group Floats Bill To End Abusers' Car Access

By Christopher Cole

An auto technology group is pressing Congress to pass legislation that would make it easier for domestic violence survivors to cut off abusers' access to vehicles that use advanced wireless connectivity and could be used to track abused partners.

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IMMIGRATION

Feds Agree To Settle Damages Over 2018 Migrant Separations

By Rae Ann Varona

The Biden administration is on track to settle two lawsuits from families that alleged serious harm from a Trump-era policy that resulted in children and parents being separated at the southern border, according to Arizona federal court filings.

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Iowa Makes Illegal U.S. Reentry A State Crime

By Alyssa Aquino

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed into law a bill that will let state police arrest individuals suspected of having entered the country illegally, raising the prospect of another legal battle over the federal government's jurisdiction over immigration affairs.

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WHITE COLLAR

Sen. Menendez's Wife Gets Own Bribery Trial

By Carla Baranauckas

A New York federal judge agreed on Thursday to give the wife of U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez her own trial in a sprawling case accusing the couple of accepting bribes for using the New Jersey Democrat's influence to further the interests of three businessmen.

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Odebrecht Exec Details Bribes To Ex-Ecuador Comptroller

By Carolina Bolado

The former director of Odebrecht SA's operations in Ecuador told jurors Thursday that he paid millions in bribes to "Miami" — a code name for Ecuador's former comptroller — related to various infrastructure projects the Brazilian conglomerate was building in the country.

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NATIVE AMERICAN

ND Tribe Banishes SD Gov. After Racially Charged Remarks

By Crystal Owens

A North Dakota tribe has joined two South Dakota Lakota nations in voting to banish South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem from their reservation lands after accusing her of making racially charged public comments about drug cartels allegedly operating on reservations in the state and about Native American parents.

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Alaska Native Village Defends Donlin Gold Mine Approvals

By Madeline Lyskawa

Alaska's Native Village of Crooked Creek threw its support behind the federal government in litigation brought by half a dozen tribes challenging its approvals for a massive open-pit gold mine along the Kuskokwim River in southwest Alaska, saying the project will bring meaningful improvements to Crooked Creek.

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS

FCC Says Satellite Co.'s Dispute With Backer Belongs In Court

By Jared Foretek

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday told a satellite company and its financial backer to take their squabble over a withdrawn enforcement petition to court, rejecting BIU LLC's bid to reopen an administrative proceeding first prompted by Spectrum Five.

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CANNABIS

Medical Cannabis Ads Are Lawful In Miss., 5th Circ. Told

By Sam Reisman

A Mississippi medical marijuana dispensary is urging the Fifth Circuit to find that state regulations restricting cannabis advertising violate the First Amendment right to free speech, and that the state cannot hide behind the drug's federal illegality.

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EXPERT ANALYSIS

At 'SEC Speaks,' A Focus On Rebuilding Trust Amid Criticism

At the Practising Law Institute's SEC Speaks conference last week, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission leadership highlighted efforts to rebuild and restore trust in the U.S. capital markets by addressing investor concerns through regulatory measures and enforcement actions, emphasizing the need for cooperation from market participants, say attorneys at Perkins Coie.

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Series

Fla. Banking Brief: All The Notable Legal Updates In Q1

Early 2024 developments that could have a notable impact on Florida's finance community include progress on a bill that would substantially revise the state Securities and Investor Protection Act, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's final rule capping late fees for larger credit card issuers, say Benjamin Weinberg and Megan Riley at Leon Cosgrove.

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Blocked JetBlue-Spirit Deal Illustrates New Antitrust Approach

The U.S. Department of Justice’s recent successful block of a merger between JetBlue Airways and Spirit Airlines demonstrates antitrust enforcers’ updated and disparate approach to out-of-market benefits versus out-of-market harms, say Lisa Rumin and Anthony Ferrara at McDermott.

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The Pros And Cons Of NIST's Proposed March-In Framework

Recent comments for and against the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s proposed guidance on march-in rights — which permit the government to seize federally funded patents — highlight how the framework may promote competition, but could also pose a risk to contractors and universities, say Nick Lee and Paul Ragusa at Baker Botts.

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An Energy Industry Case Study In Expropriation Risk

Andrés Chambouleyron at Berkeley Research breaks down how expropriation risk and damage mitigation calculations vary considerably by different energy sources, and uses Argentina as a case study for how energy investors might protect their interests.

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Strategies For Navigating Compliance Monitorships

As independent compliance monitorships continue to be a favored tool of the government in resolving corporate enforcement matters, counsel should have a firm grasp on best practices for selecting a monitor, preparing the company and ensuring a productive relationship between the parties, say attorneys at WilmerHale.

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How DEI Programs Are Being Challenged In Court And Beyond

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's affirmative action decision last year declaring the consideration of race in university admissions unconstitutional, employers should keep abreast of recent litigation challenging diversity, equity and inclusion training programs, as well as legislation both supporting and opposing DEI initiatives in the workplace, say attorneys at Skadden.

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LEGAL INDUSTRY

Interview

Judge Pauline Newman's Year In Her Own Words

By Dani Kass

April 14 marks the one-year anniversary of when the Federal Circuit confirmed an unprecedented investigation into whether U.S. Circuit Judge Pauline Newman was mentally and physically competent to remain on its bench, and the judge has not been allowed to hear cases during that time. Here is what she had to say about the investigation in an interview with Law360.

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Kevin Carey, Bankruptcy Bench 'Legend,' Dies At 69

By Ben Zigterman

Former U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey, who served on the Delaware bench for 14 years and was hailed as a "legend in the bankruptcy world," died Thursday at the age of 69.

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Trump Voir Dire Aims To Keep Ballot Box Out Of The Jury Box

By Rachel Scharf

As jury selection begins Monday in the first-ever criminal trial against a former president, experts say both the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and lawyers for Donald Trump will rely on voir dire questioning and social media sleuthing to keep out jurors who'd use their civic duty to "have a stronger vote in the next presidential election."

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Trump Trial's Anonymous Jury Signals Sacrifice Of Service

By Cara Bayles

As jury selection begins Monday in the criminal trial of former president Donald Trump, the panel's identities will remain shielded from the public and the media. So-called anonymous juries are relatively new and rare, but they're being used more and more for high-profile cases in an age of doxxing and political polarization.

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The Week In Trump: Catch Up On The Ex-President's Cases

By Phillip Bantz

Donald Trump and his legal team proved that they are nothing if not persistent as they repeatedly tried – and failed – to hit the brakes on the former president's porn star hush money trial in Manhattan.

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DC Circ. Upholds Jan. 6 Rioter's 52-Month Sentence

By Elliot Weld

The DC Circuit on Friday affirmed a judgment and 52-month sentence against a Texas militia leader who pled guilty to assaulting a law enforcement officer during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, saying the judge had acted within his discretion in applying certain enhancements.

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NY Court System Launches Panel To Study AI Risks, Rewards

By Emily Sawicki

New York's state court system has announced a new statewide advisory panel to study how the potential implementation of artificial intelligence could improve justice in the Empire State, as well as ways to avoid ethical risks posed by the new technology.

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Panama Papers Attys Deny Money Laundering At Trial

By Kevin Pinner

Two attorneys who ran the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama, at the center of a 2016 leak that produced multiple convictions for tax evasion, pled not guilty with 27 others to money-laundering charges during the first portion of a three-week trial in Panama, according to prosecutors.

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Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

By Kevin Penton

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP and Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg LLP lead this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after an Illinois federal jury found that Amazon owes $525 million in damages for infringing three patents covering cloud data storage technology.

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GC Cheat Sheet: The Hottest Corporate News Of The Week

By Michele Gorman

Key congressional leaders announced a surprising deal on a national data privacy framework, and a Republican congressman said he plans to ask the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to push back the compliance timeline for controversial rules governing corporate climate disclosures. These are among the stories in corporate legal news you may have missed in the past week.

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LAW FIRMS IN TODAY'S NEWS

American Center for Law & Justice Inc.

Arnold & Porter

Baker & Hostetler

Baker Botts

Black Srebnick

Brooks Pierce

Bryan Cave

Butler Weihmuller

Cain & Skarnulis

Campbell Killin

Cantey Hanger

Clement & Murphy

Coffey Burlington

Coppersmith Brockelman

Covington & Burling

Cravath Swaine

Crowell & Moring

Davenport Evans

Dymond Reagor

Fasken

Fenwick & West

Fletcher Heald

Ford O'Brien

Fox Rothschild

Freshfields

Garfield & Hecht

Gibbons PC

Gordon Rees

Greenberg Gross

Harris Karstaedt

Hogan Lovells

Holtzman Vogel

Holwell Shuster

Hooper Hathaway

Hughes Hubbard

Husch Blackwell

Jenner & Block

Jones Day

Kanji & Katzen

Kasowitz Benson

Kennedys Law LLP

Latham & Watkins

Law Office of Bryan L. Sells

Law Offices of Randy B. Corporon

Law Offices of Scott E. Schutzman

Lawson & Weitzen

Leon Cosgrove

Littler Mendelson

Marzulla Law

McDaniel Wolff

McDermott Will & Emery

Morgan Lewis

Morrison Foerster

NechelesLaw

Nelson Mullins

Osborn Maledon

Patterson Ripplinger

Paul Hastings

Perkins Coie

Pillsbury Winthrop

Proskauer Rose

Quarles & Brady

Recht Kornfeld

Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg LLP

Richards Layton

Rimon PC

Schertler Onorato

Schwabe Williamson

Selendy Gay

Silver Golub

Skadden Arps

Steptoe LLP

Taylor English

Tingen & Williams

Venable LLP

Wiley Rein

WilmerHale

Womble Bond

COMPANIES IN TODAY'S NEWS

AirTran Holdings, Inc.

Alliance for Automotive Innovation

Altria Group Inc.

Amazon.com Inc.

American Bankers Association

American Bankruptcy Institute

American Bar Association

American Civil Liberties Union

American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa

American Immigration Council Inc.

Apple Inc.

Arthrex Inc.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

BTI Consulting Group Inc.

Barrick Gold Corp.

Berkeley Research Group LLC

Braskem SA

Cable News Network Inc.

Campaign Legal Center

Center for Biological Diversity Inc.

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp.

Citigroup Inc.

Coinbase Global Inc.

Cornell University

Delta Air Lines Inc.

Earthjustice

Enbridge Energy Partners LP

Federalist Society

Georgia State University

Getty Images Inc.

Google LLC

Greene's Energy Group LLC

Institute for Justice

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

JetBlue Airways Corp.

Johnson & Johnson

Ketchum Inc.

Legal Services Alabama Inc.

Magna Legal Services LLC

Mercedes-Benz USA LLC

Michigan Milk Producers Association

Microsoft Corp.

NASDAQ Inc.

NJOY Inc.

National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation

Native American Rights Fund Inc.

New York State Bar Association

New York State Trial Lawyers Association

New York University

NovaGold Resources Inc.

Odebrecht SA

Oil States International Inc.

Pfizer Inc.

Practising Law Institute Inc.

RA Capital Management

S&P Global Inc.

Shockwave Medical Inc.

Siemens AG

Sofinnova Partners

Solar Energy Industries Association

Southern Coalition for Social Justice

Southern Poverty Law Center Inc.

Southwest Airlines Co.

Space Exploration Technologies Corp.

Spectrum Management Holding Co.

Spirit Airlines Inc.

Starbucks Corp.

Stericycle Inc.

Temple University

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Florida Bar

The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Trader Joe's Co.

Trump Organization Inc.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Urban Outfitters Inc.

Villanova University

Vineyard Wind LLC

W.R. Grace & Co.

Walmart Inc.

Whirlpool Corp.

White Castle Management Co.

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN TODAY'S NEWS

Alabama Attorney General's Office

Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe

Bay Mills Indian Community

Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management

California Department of Justice

Committee on Education and the Workforce

Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

European Commission

European Union

Executive Office of the President

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal Communications Commission

Federal Trade Commission

Fish and Wildlife Service

Florida State Senate

Florida Supreme Court

Food and Drug Administration

Government of Canada

Illinois General Assembly

Illinois Supreme Court

Manhattan District Attorney's Office

Mississippi Attorney General's Office

Mississippi Department of Health

Mississippi Department of Revenue

National Institute of Standards and Technology

National Institutes of Health

National Labor Relations Board

National Marine Fisheries Service

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

New York Attorney General's Office

New York State Unified Court System

Office of Financial Regulation

Oglala Sioux Tribe

South Dakota Legislature

Texas Attorney General's Office

Texas Legislature

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

U.S. Attorney's Office

U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts

U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Florida

U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York

U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

U.S. Department of Commerce

U.S. Department of Justice

U.S. Department of Labor

U.S. Department of the Interior

U.S. Department of the Treasury

U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska

U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

U.S. Supreme Court

United Nations

United States District Court for the District of Colorado

United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia

Wage and Hour Division

Washington Attorney General's Office

World Bank Group