Paul J. Watford, a 44-year-old civil litigator in Los Angeles, may end up joining his former boss Chief Judge Alex Kozinski on the 9th U.S.
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Companies Must Face State Antitrust Claims
A federal appeals court refused to curtail the power of state attorneys general to sue companies on behalf of the public for alleged antitrust violations
What Would Jesus Do?
A high school history teacher is immune from a 15-year-old former student’s lawsuit accusing the instructor of making derogatory remarks about Christianity in violation of
Can You Hear Me Now?
A federal appeals court must have thought they couldn’t be hearing right. Settlement terms in a class action for millions of Bluetooth headset owners provided
Foreclosure Mess Holds Economy Back
“This country is about halfway through the foreclosure bubble and the process needs to accelerate” before the economy will turn around. Real estate bankruptcy guru
Still Googling the Perfect 10
Perfect 10, the subscription website that offers photos of nude models, has lost another round in its quest to save its financial bacon by accusing