Then-Cornell Law student Angela Winfield thought her interview with a prospective Big Law employer was going well until he ...
In the latest installment of Opening Argument, Lydia Wheeler looks at the U.S. Sentencing Commission and how its inability to ...
A U.S. Supreme Court case pitting a former high school football coach against the school district that fired him for ...
While many of my fellow tax professionals would argue that tax season never officially ended last year, we’re already gearing ...
Elizabeth Holmes’ jury verdict was anything but routine, says former assistant U.S. attorney Kevin J. O’Brien, now partner at ...
Unless the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act are passed, the U.S. won’t be able to ...
The Open App Markets Act, scheduled for markup before the Senate Judiciary Committee, could be the first big reshuffle of the ...
Chief Justice John Roberts’ year-end report on the federal judiciary glossed over serious conflicts-of-interest questions ...
When the city of Detroit declared bankruptcy in 2013, its auditor raised red flags about the city’s ability to continue as a ...
Transfer pricing looks to be a key issue this year. In this last of a three-part series, Danny Beeton of Arendt & Medernach ...
Alex Baulf of Avalara considers the global developments and trends in indirect tax we might expect to see in 2022.
President Joe Biden’s bid to push voting rights legislation through a divided Senate collapsed Wednesday as two key Democrats ...