Discovery Hearing Rescheduled by Congress

On 12-01-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

12/1/2011   On December 13 the U.S. Congress will listen to testimony regarding forthcoming e-discovery-related additions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. This will be the first such hearing since 2006 when the rules were last updated. The hearing,… Read more...
12/1/2011   The legal tussle between the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law environmental clinic and Maryland lawmakers reignited this week then a harshly worded letter was sent by Gov. Martin O’Malley to Dean Phoebe Haddon. In… Read more...

Lawsuit Filed to Seeking to Set Lolita Free

On 11-30-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

11/30/2011   Groups accuse federal agency of favoring industry in a 2005 decision to exempt Lolita from an endangered species designation that covered the rest of her pod. A novel legal campaign is being expanded by animal rights activists seeking… Read more...
11/30/2011   A looming fight over heavy trucks and the bridges they use when travelling will reach full scale when the legislative session begins in January. Timber industry advocates contend that in order for them to generate more revenue and… Read more...
11/29/2011   The industry trade group for leading U.S. airlines, the Air Transport Association of America or ATA, today filed a lawsuit against the United States Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) to stop a pending deal amounting to $3.4 billion in… Read more...
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