The United States Law Week
View and Filter All Stories

Latest Stories

Construction Worker Gets Punitives Plus Fee Shot for Retaliation

A construction worker who said Summit Contracting Group Inc. fired him for complaining about workplace safety is entitled to both a jury’s award of punitive damages and a shot at recovering his attorneys’ fees under North Carolina law, the Fourth Circuit said Thursday.

ANALYSIS: Few Antitrust Tea Leaves on Trump’s SCOTUS Picks

The Supreme Court’s docket next term will include two cases that could reshape antitrust enforcement. President Trump’s two most likely candidates to join the court don’t have a lot of past antitrust experience to review in determining how they might affect those decisions.

View More
Made with Flourish

When Your Boss is Notorious: Clerking for R.B.G.

Seven of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s former law clerks reveal what it’s like to work for the Notorious R.B.G.

Up Next

Qualified Immunity: Origins of a Police Liability Shield

Coronavirus Is Taking Its Toll On Big Law

Coronavirus and Force Majeure Clauses

Gig Economy Workers, App-Based Companies, and the Law

Coronavirus Is Changing the Way Lawyers Work

Making Millions Off Others’ Lawsuits: How Litigation Finance Works

The Big Four Are a Looming Threat to Big Law


Goodwin Liu on RBG's Legacy of Opinions and Dissents

Trump SCOTUS Nominee Shortlist Not Very Short Anymore