National Law Journal

  1. Clarence Thomas's Confirmation Faces #MeToo Microscope
    A New York magazine report Sunday raised new questions about Justice Clarence Thomas's U.S. Senate confirmation hearings amid the national dialogue now about misconduct claims against men in power.
  2. Trump's CNN Beef Isn't a 'Get Out of Jail Free Card' for AT&T, DOJ Tells Judge
    "Look, the president is unhappy with CNN. We don't dispute that. But AT&T wants to turn that into a get out of jail free card," a U.S. Justice Department told a Washington judge Friday in court.
  3. Mueller's Team Charges Russian Nationals in US Election Interference
    A grand jury in Washington on Friday indicted the Russian organization Internet Research Agency, along with several other associated companies and individuals, on eight charges related to unlawful interference in the 2016 presidential election.
  4. This Labor Board Case Could Carry Broad Implications for Gig Economy
    A federal labor case involving worker classification at an Indiana medical supply delivery company could have broader implications for the on-demand economy, as the National Labor Relations Board looks for input from the business community and labor advocates.
  5. Meet Chief Judge Roger Gregory, Fourth Circuit's Travel Ban Basher
    Five things to know about Chief Judge Roger Gregory of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.






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