In a potential watershed labor case, the Supreme Court is poised to weigh if mandatory ‘fair share’ union fees violate the First Amendment. Rebecca Friedrichs, the teacher at the center of the case, speaks out.
A Wyoming judge allowed a case to go forward this week challenging the state's two new data trespass laws, saying he had 'serious concerns and questions about the constitutionality of various provisions.'
Edward Blum of Austin, Texas, will see his fifth and sixth litigation projects reach the US Supreme Court Tuesday and Wednesday – an impressive tally for any appellate attorney. Blum isn't even a lawyer.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case examining whether prosecutors can freeze assets unrelated to criminal activity, even when such a freeze undercuts the defendant’s ability to hire a lawyer.
Parents who suspect a child may be radicalizing face a heartrending choice: If they remain silent, their child may leave to join the terrorists. If they call the authorities, that may result in a prison term. They need a third option, experts say.