A Michigan church, which subpoenaed the anonymous email accounts of gay rights activists who disrupted its services, can’t be sanctioned $28,000 for its legal advocacy.
[UPDATED] U.S. District Judge Richard Seeborg last week stayed the execution of three death row inmates until the state’s lethal injection protocol’s are approved, raising
Allowing a grand jury foreman to tell trial jurors that he thought the defendant was lying goes too far. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of
California made $233 million in its first auction of carbon allowances in a new cap & trade program intended to cut greenhouse-gas emissions, Air Resources
The exercise chain, 24-Hour Fitness USA, can’t use mandatory arbitration terms to ban employees from filing job-related class actions or impose nondisclosure restrictions on individual
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to block the execution of Richard Stokley in 2-1 decision issued early Friday. On October 30, the