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    The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC

    Law Firm Directory Missouri

    The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC, provides strong representation for clients with criminal defense and personal injury needs in St. Louis and neighboring areas of Missouri. Whether you are faced with a drug charge, DWI, white collar crime or per...

  • Woods Lonergan PLLC

    Woods Lonergan PLLC

    Law Firm Directory New York

    For over 25 years, Woods Lonergan PLLC has established a reputation as a dynamic and industrious law firm that provides its clients with clear, concise, and straightforward answers to their most challenging issues. Our mission is simple: provide cutt...

  • Wilchins Cosentino & Novins LLP

    Wilchins Cosentino & Novins LLP

    Law Firm Directory Massachusetts

    About the Firm Wilchins Cosentino & Novins LLP is organized into seven major practice areas – Private Client, Litigation, Family Law, Employment Law, Real Estate, Corporate and Financial Services Litigation.  Within those practice area...

  • Krol, Bongiorno & Given, Ltd

    Krol, Bongiorno & Given, Ltd

    Law Firm Directory Illinois

    Chicago, IL Workers& Compensation Lawyers Since 1962, the law firm of Krol, Bongiorno & Given, Ltd. has been a leader in the field of workers’ compensation law, protecting the rights of tens of thousands of workers injured on the job. K...

  • Onu Law Firm

    Onu Law Firm

    Law Firm Directory California

    Mitch Onu is the principal owner of The Onu Law Firm. His practice focuses on a diverse range of transactional and litigation matters involving intellectual property, employment, business and real estate matters.Mitch has extensive experience handlin...

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  • Judge sides with Alaska attorney who alleged wrongful firing

    Judge sides with Alaska attorney who alleged wrongful firing

    Court Watch 01/21/2022

    A U.S. judge sided Thursday with an attorney who alleged she was wrongly fired by the state of Alaska over political opinions expressed on a personal blog. U.S. District Court Judge John Sedwick ruled that Elizabeth Bakalar’s December 2018 firi...

  • Some Michigan counties pause jury trials amid COVID surge

    Some Michigan counties pause jury trials amid COVID surge

    Court Watch 01/18/2022

    Jury trials have been paused in some western Michigan counties due to a surge in coronavirus cases, court officials said Monday. Chief Judge Mark Trusock said all jury trials in Kent County 17th Circuit Court, based in Grand Rapids, were on hold unti...

  • Appeals court: Illinois counties must end ICE contracts

    Appeals court: Illinois counties must end ICE contracts

    Class Action 01/14/2022

    A federal appeals court has ruled two counties that hold immigrant detainees at local jails must terminate contracts with federal authorities starting Thursday. Leaders in Kankakee and McHenry counties sued over an Illinois law aimed at ending immigr...

  • Partisan letters cost long-serving Alaska magistrate his job

    Partisan letters cost long-serving Alaska magistrate his job

    Court Watch 01/11/2022

    The longest serving magistrate in Alaska is no longer on the bench after writing letters to the editor critical of the Republican party. Former Seward Magistrate George Peck wrote four letters to the editor of the Anchorage Daily News, the latest in ...

  • Cobb County jury trials paused as COVID-19 spreads

    Cobb County jury trials paused as COVID-19 spreads

    Court Watch 01/08/2022

    As COVID-19 cases continue rising across the state of Georgia, the court system in one of its counties has decided to pause jury trials. Cobb County Superior Court Judge Robert D. Leonard issued an order Monday to cancel trial jurors through Jan. 21,...

  • Griffis beginning 8-year term on Mississippi Supreme Court

    Griffis beginning 8-year term on Mississippi Supreme Court

    Court Watch 01/03/2022

    The Mississippi Supreme Court is holding a ceremony Monday for Justice Kenny Griffis to begin a new term of office. Griffis served 16 years on the state Court of Appeals. In February 2019, then-Gov. Phil Bryant appointed him to fill an open seat on t...

  • Challenges to Ohio’s new congressional map reach high court

    Challenges to Ohio’s new congressional map reach high court

    Legal Compliance 12/29/2021

    The question of whether Ohio’s new congressional map was unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor the Republicans who controlled the mapmaking process drew strong pushback Tuesday among justices of the Ohio Supreme Court.Oral arguments in two ...

  • Sarah Weddington, lawyer who argued Roe v. Wade, dies at 76

    Sarah Weddington, lawyer who argued Roe v. Wade, dies at 76

    Court Watch 12/26/2021

    Sarah Weddington, a Texas lawyer who as a 26-year-old successfully argued the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade before the U.S. Supreme Court, died Sunday. She was 76.Susan Hays, Weddington’s former student and colleague, said she died ...

  • Enbridge seeks federal jurisdiction in oil pipeline dispute

    Enbridge seeks federal jurisdiction in oil pipeline dispute

    Court Watch 12/17/2021

    The Canadian company argued that a 2019 lawsuit filed in a state court by Attorney General Dana Nessel should be heard by U.S. District Judge Janet Neff, who last month retained jurisdiction over a separate case initiated by the state of Michigan to ...

  • Supreme Court rejects appeal over press access in Wisconsin

    Supreme Court rejects appeal over press access in Wisconsin

    Legal Marketing 12/13/2021

    The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a conservative think tank over Gov. Tony Evers’ decision to exclude the group’s writers from press briefings. The justices acted without comment Monday, leaving in place lower court rulings th...

  • Court won’t stop Texas abortion ban, but lets clinics sue

    Court won’t stop Texas abortion ban, but lets clinics sue

    Court Watch 12/10/2021

    The Supreme Court on Friday left in place Texas’ ban on most abortions, offering only a glimmer of daylight for clinics in the state to challenge the nation’s most restrictive abortion law. The decision, little more than a week after the ...

  • Both sides planning for new state-by-state abortion fight

    Both sides planning for new state-by-state abortion fight

    National Legal News 12/07/2021

    As the Supreme Court court weighs the future of the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, a resurgent anti-abortion movement is looking to press its advantage in state-by-state battles while abortion-rights supporters prepare to play defense.Both sides...