College athletes’ name, image and likeness rights debated by U.S. Senate committee

BY: - October 18, 2023

WASHINGTON — College athletic officials testified Tuesday in support of nationally standardized name, image and likeness regulations at a U.S. Senate hearing. The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss policies governing name, image and likeness, known as NIL, in college sports. The witnesses in attendance — such as National Collegiate Athletic Association […]

N.J. lawsuit challenges law that shields home addresses of judges, law enforcement

BY: - July 13, 2023

The law is is unconstitutional when applied to journalists seeking to report on public officials, the litigation argues.

Johnson & Johnson, the New Brunswick-based pharmaceutical giant, faces paying billions of dollars to resolve lawsuits by people who say they got mesothelioma and other cancers from asbestos-tainted talc powders the company sold until 2020. (New Jersey Monitor)

Johnson and Johnson bankruptcy claim is a ruse to limit liability, cancer victims say

BY: - July 10, 2023

The New Jersey-based pharmaceutical giant, faces paying billions of dollars to resolve lawsuits filed by people who say they got cancer from its products.

Lorie Smith, the owner of 303 Creative, a website design company in Colorado, speaks with supporters outside of the U.S. Supreme Court Building on Dec. 5, 2022, in Washington, DC. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in her favor Friday. (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

303 Creative: A fake case with real consequences | Opinion

BY: - July 7, 2023

Conservative Supreme Court justices were looking for a reason to overturn the gains made by LGBTQ Americans.


The Hunter Biden hunt ends not with a bang, but a whimper | Dick Polman

BY: - June 26, 2023

Naturally, twice-indicted Donald Trump is very upset about this plea deal.

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You have the right to remain silent. You should exercise it | Michael Coard

BY: - June 15, 2023

The 'Miranda Warning,' a bedrock principle of law, turned 57 years old this week. Here's why you should still care about it.


Who gets to try Trump first? The state or the feds? A law professor explains | Analysis

BY: - June 12, 2023

It’s important to recognize that criminal law provides no clear answer how to settle that question.


The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to dismantle a key part of the Great Society. Here’s how | Opinion

BY: - June 8, 2023

The high court is likely to strike down affirmative action for college admissions, undermining racial equality.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump gestures during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home on Nov. 15, 2022 in Palm Beach, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The Durham Report shows why we don’t want the FBI involved in politics | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - June 1, 2023

Overreach by the government should not be ignored, even if the victim is Donald Trump.

Appeals court judges embrace anti-abortion speculation

BY: and - May 21, 2023

Mifepristone remains legal and on the market as the case winds its way through the legal system.


The Pgh synagogue shooting case should’ve been heard in Pa. court | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - May 3, 2023

Federal jurisdiction over this case introduces enormous complications, both practical and legal.


How the U.S. Supreme Court could doom workplace diversity initiatives | Opinion

BY: - April 28, 2023

Cases heard last fall, and expected to be decided soon, could topple race-baed considerations.