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A Belgian appellate court declared December 3, 2013 that Herbalife is in fact operating in compliance with Belgian law, reports Yahoo! news. This ruling is in response to previous claims by the consumer organization, Test-Aankoop, that the...

It took a lawyer who used the name “Apocalypto” in his pro wrestling career to guide defendant Ronald Mackin to a resolution of his criminal case.

As a very general rule, arguments in a brief should appear in order of descending power or importance. A judge may stop reading on reaching a clearly winning argument or on deciding that the opening briefing is so weak as not to justify more time....

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Only months after he was acquitted of second-degree murder in a controversial case over the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Sanford, Fla., last year, George Zimmerman is facing new criminal charges.

Where a holdover litigant seeks a stay in supreme court, which is granted, then vacated- the next step, if any is taken, is to run as fast as you can to the appellate division.

The FCC’s revised rules for telemarketers and text marketers, taking effect in October, could signal a big shift in how companies direct market, posits Julie O’Neill, a Morrison & Foerster attorney specializing in privacy issues. One section...