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How much can a judge intervene in cross-examination before a trial becomes unfair?

by Dentons on

Lord Justice Jackson's reforms to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) enabled judges to take a more active part in case management: they can manage the parties' costs budgets, control the timetable, limit expert evidence and...more

What the Judge Had for Breakfast May Actually Matter

by Strasburger & Price, LLP on

Have you ever told your client that the outcome of the case “may turn on what the judge had for breakfast this morning?” No doubt you were speaking metaphorically, but it turns out you may have been more literally correct...more

SEC Enforcement, ALJs and the Appointments Clause – Part II

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

This is the second of two articles reviewing the arguments of the parties in SEC v Raymond J. Lucia Companies, Inc., v. Securities and Exchange Commission, No. 15-1345 (D.C. Cir. Argument May 24, 2017). In that case the en...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - April, 2017 #3

by Brooks Pierce on

After a weeklong spring recess, the legislature ramped up last week to move legislation ahead of the upcoming “crossover” deadline, which is currently set for April 27th. Crossover is the date by which a bill that does not...more

Ethics Committee Blocks Judges From Joining California Cannabis Gold Rush

Yesterday, right on the cusp of 420, the California Supreme Court Committee on Judicial Ethics issued an opinion regarding “Extrajudicial Involvement in Marijuana Enterprises,” stating that judges should refrain from owning...more

The Honorable Gregory M. Sleet to Take Senior Status

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

On April 13, 2017, the United States Court for the District of Delaware announced that The Honorable Gregory M. Sleet will take senior status as of May 1, 2017. Judge Sleet has served as a District Judge for the District of...more

DOJ Renews Commitment to Immigration Enforcement

by Cozen O'Connor on

On April 11, 2017, Attorney General (AG) Jeff Sessions issued a memorandum to federal prosecutors announcing a renewed commitment to criminal immigration enforcement. The memo outlines immigration offenses that should be...more

The North Carolina Business Court Evolves

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

Business courts are not so-named because they favor businesses, but because they are specifically designed to improve a state’s business environment by providing a forum to resolve complex disputes in an efficient manner. ...more

In Summary Order, Court Vacates Above-Guidelines Sentence for Lack of Justification, But Denies Request to Remand to Different...

Franco Lupoi was sentenced to 156 months on money laundering conspiracy and heroin trafficking conspiracy charges, in excess of the applicable Guidelines range and the 135 month sentence requested by the government. In its...more

New Ohio Decision Clarifies Role of Judge and Jury in Eminent Domain Cases

by Roetzel & Andress on

As a general rule, injuries that are shared in common with the general public are not compensable under Ohio eminent domain law. Ohio’s 4th District Court of Appeals recently ruled that the question of whether an injury is...more

Exterro Releases Third Annual Federal Judges Survey: E-Discovery Advice for Becoming a Better Attorney

by Exterro, Inc. on

Today Exterro announced the results of the Third Annual Federal Judges Survey: E-Discovery Advice for Becoming a Better Attorney. Twenty-two (22) Federal Judges completed this year’s survey, conducted by Exterro, answering 25...more

New York Appellate Court Affirms Denial Of Motion For Change Of Venue

by Carlton Fields on

In this reinsurance coverage case in a New York court, certain defendant reinsurers made a motion for a change of venue under NY CPLR 510 (2) on the ground that “an impartial trial could not be had” based on the fact that...more

Judges discriminated against in judicial pension scheme reforms

by Dentons on

Six High Court judges have succeeded in their claims against the Ministry of Justice about the introduction of the judicial pension scheme reforms. All six judges alleged that they had been discriminated against on the...more

President-Elect Trump’s First 100 Days

by Bryan Cave on

As the United States rings in a New Year, it also welcomes a new president. All eyes are trained on Washington in anticipation of what President-elect Donald Trump will tackle in his first 100 days in office. Trump’s initial...more

The New Wisconsin Court of Appeals

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Bill Gates once wrote that “[w]e always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten.” Mr. Gates surely wasn’t thinking about the turnover of...more

Judges v. Ministry of Justice and Lord Chancellor

by Dentons on

It is not every day that a group of over 200 judges get together to issue proceedings against the Ministry of Justice and the Lord Chancellor, Liz Truss. However, this is exactly what has happened; the London Central...more

Judge Whyte Retires

by Orrick - NorCal IP Group on

The Northern District of California is a different court today than it was last week: Effective as of November 1, Senior District Judge Ronald M. Whyte has stepped down from the bench and assumed inactive status after serving...more

The Saga Ends With Ex-Tax Court Judge Pleading Guilty to Cheating on Her Taxes

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

As previously reported, former U.S. Tax Court judge Diane L. Kroupa and her now estranged husband, Robert E. Fackler, were indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, tax evasion, making and subscribing a...more

Ice Cream and Talking Pictures: Brandeis on Patents

Louis D. Brandeis took his seat on the bench of the United States Supreme Court for the first time on Monday, October 9, 1916. That opening day of the new term included the swearing in of Associate Justice John H. Clark and...more

Former Tax Court Judge Kroupa Is Back in the News

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

As reported in my April 2016 blog post, former U.S. Tax Court judge Diane Kroupa and her husband, Robert E. Fackler, were indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, tax evasion, making and subscribing a...more

Employment Law - August 2016

Arbitrator or Judge? California Supreme Court Weighs in - Why it matters - Yet again, the California Supreme Court considered arbitration in the context of an employment agreement, this time reflecting on whether a...more

Judge Should Consider Constitutionality of a Dedication Requirement, Not the Jury

by Nossaman LLP on

Every year or so, a new appellate court decision comes out addressing the proper role of the judge versus the jury on some certain eminent domain issue. Most recently, a trial court, appellate court and the California Supreme...more

See You in the Funny Papers: Exterro E-Discovery Comic Anthology

by Exterro, Inc. on

Since James Gillray, English printmaker and the father of the political cartoon, started lampooning the French Revolution, King George III of England, and other figures of his time, editorial cartoons have continued to take...more

Turns Out the Second Circuit . . . Uh, Heh Heh . . . Tossed Gibson Dunn for a Very Good Reason

by Brooks Pierce on

So yesterday I wrote about the seemingly wrongheaded decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to strike Gibson Dunn’s appearance from Lynn Tilton’s case in that court. Its apparent issue was that Judge...more

Second Circuit Tosses Gibson Dunn from Lynn Tilton’s Case for Some Reason or Another

by Brooks Pierce on

You may know about Lynn Tilton’s fight with the SEC, which has accused (link is external) the Patriarch Partners chief of defrauding her investors. The SEC brought its case in administrative court (link is external), which...more

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