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It's no secret for immigration practitioners that the current administration isn't simply exerting pressure on the immigration courts and system. It's tying hands and caging children, physically and metaphorically. Most recently, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued an opinion limiting...

For law students, being able to maintain focus while studying is critical. Cases are long and complex, and losing your place, or drifting off into a daydream, results in wasted time or worse, a failure to retain information. Fortunately,...

The $36-million, 30-month contract with Maximus will help the California Department of Technology provide discounted home and cell phones to eligible households.

Clients may not think about their lawyers in a natural disaster, but their lawyers should think about them. That's the upshot of new guidelines from the American Bar Association. The ABA released an ethics opinion on how attorneys should...

Georgia officials are appealing a ruling for a lawsuit that alleges the state's electronic voting system is vulnerable to hackers. In Curling v. Kemp, a federal judge said the state should implement a new, more secure electoral system. But...

The fact that wages are growing modestly does not mean that people should be satisfied with the current state of the economy. Workers took a huge hit in the Great Recession, and they should be able to get back the ground they lost. This will require wage growth that is considerably more rapid than 1.0 percent a year.

Leaders in Marin, Calif., are being asked to prevent the deployment of the antennas throughout the unincorporated areas of the county.

Governments and corporations face crisis events every day. An active shooter terrorizes a campus. A cyber extortionist holds a city for ransom. A hurricane washes away a key manufacturing facility....

One advantage buses have over conventional RVs is that they have a larger load capacity, because they were built to travel with luggage and loads of people.

A new bill proposes to eliminate PACER fees, making electronic documents downloaded from federal courts free. The Electronic Court Records Reform Act would prohibit courts from charging for downloads, which currently cost as much as 10 cents a page. The...