Unfortunately, our system fails to incentivize victim compensation.
Does the Constitution protect congressional staff caught in the crossfire when Congress investigates the Executive Branch? The short answer is yes − depending on the circumstances.
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Abusive patent assertion and patent litigation raise the cost of necessary products and services.
Aggressive litigation by patent trolls earned them notoriety over the past few years. At last, bills with a chance of protecting consumers and the economy from unrestrained patent trolling are moving through Congress (...
All too often prosecution for illegal reentry after deportation—which, ultimately, is aimed at keeping our communities safe—does little more than tear apart an American family.
The discovery of each trove of untested kits is shocking to the public, concerning to survivors of sexual violence, disappointing to victim advocates, and humbling for law enforcement.
The strong evidence of the immense market power of large music copyright holders makes it absurd to claim that market rates would be the fair result of negotiations between "willing buyers and willing sellers."
The Fraternal Order of the Police is committed to improving the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation. No...
Scattered signs show that patent trolls are beginning to purchase biopharmaceutical patents.
In the litigation over the BP oil disaster, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has filed an amicus brief that sides with BP, against the interest of the many thousands of small and large businesses injured by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.