A number of major lawsuits head to trial in 2023.
The litigation involves major corporations, political figures, and even a former president.
From Goldman Sachs to Google, Insider looks at some notable names facing trial in the new
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Kris Kobach taps his former primary rival, a longtime federal prosecutor, to lead KBI
Attorney General-elect Kris Kobach will nominate his former primary rival, Tony Mattivi, to lead the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
Kobach announced the nomination Tuesday morning, picking a former federal prosecutor who ran in the Republican Primary for Attorney General. In
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Agency Delegation to External Parties: An Unexplored Challenge
The Supreme Court recently declined to grant cert in Texas v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, a case from the 5thth Circuit. However, the three justices said the decision was
Tennessee AG investigating Ticketmaster after Taylor Swift ticket chaos
Tennessee’s attorney general said he was launching an investigation into Ticketmaster after his office was flooded with complaints over the ticket company’s website crashing Tuesday as Taylor Swift fans raced to buy tickets for her upcoming “Eras” tour.
NY Appellate Court Upholds Zoning Boards Approval of Area Variances for Project With Adjacent Parcels in Two Separate Zoning Districts
This post was authored by Christopher Guercio, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center
Symphony Property Management LLC and Michigan-Rev LLC (developers) owned several parcels of land in Buffalo. The developers proposed building stacked residential buildings on the parcels of land,
Feds. Dist. Court in MA Denies Motion to Dismiss Claims Alleging Violations of the FHA, Equal Protection, Substantive Due Process in Alleged Discrimination
This post was authored by Christina Conroy, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center
The Valentins, a Black couple of Haitian origin who have lived in the town of Natick, Massachusetts for about 30 years and work as condominium developers, submitted
High-profile attorney general races pit abortion against crime
MINNEAPOLIS – To hear Keith
OH Appeals Court Upholds Lower Court’s Decision to Reject Large Residential and Commercial Plan in the Village of West Jefferson Finding No Due Process
This post was authored by Michele Abatangelo, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center
West Jefferson Properties, LLC (WJP) proposed a plan to build “a 24-building residential site consisting of 286 total units with an additional commercial site consisting of a
Arizona Attorney General’s Office asks FBI, IRS to investigate group behind ‘2000 Mules’
Republican candidates for top statewide offices in Arizona have said they believe what they saw in the election-conspiracy movie “2000 Mules.”
Now, the state Attorney General’s Office is asking the FBI and IRS for investigations of the group
‘She-Hulk’ Takes Place After ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’? Finale Raises Issues With MCU Phase 4 Continuity
Jen Walters made her debut with MCU’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which is one of the new titles and superheroes introduced in Phase 4. The show recently wrapped up and the finale episode has left fans with many questions about