- Proposed Change To Civil Lawsuit Pleading Standard Strays Far From Original Federal Rule
By Mollie Brunworth, a second year law student at Charleston School of Law and winner of the 2010 Washington Legal Foundation Freedom and Justice Legal Writing Competition.
- Taking Your Medicine: Navigating Industry-Targeted Enforcement Of The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
By Alex J. Brackett and J. Patrick Rowan, attorneys with the law firm McGuire Woods LLP based in Richmond and Washington, D.C., respectively.
- Will Federal Court’s Kiobel Ruling End Second Wave Of Alien Tort Statute Suits?
By John B. Bellinger III, a partner with the law firm Arnold & Porter LLP and adjunct fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations. Mr. Bellinger is the immediate past Legal Adviser to the U.S. Department of State.
- Doe v. Exxon (Alien Tort Statute)
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- Brief Video Explains Larger Impact of FTC-Intel Settlement on Antitrust, IP – Featuring Reed Smith LLP partner Stephen Murphy
- Supreme Court Should Protect Contract Rights in AT&T Mobility Case – By Charles Moore, White & Case LLP