The Supreme Court’s immigration case: What does it all mean?

Jan 22, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court agreed to review U.S. v. Texas, the challenge to the 2014 Obama administration’s executive action on immigration.

Is Your Ediscovery Solution Causing You Pain? Part 1: Data Uploading, Processing and Data Integrity

Jan 20, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

I recently spoke with ediscovery technology expert Kyle Sparks about ediscovery frustrations and how they may be alleviated by future advancements.

2015 in review: The top legal events, part 2

Dec 30, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

With 2015 quickly drawing to a close, the Legal Solutions Blog looks back at the ten most significant legal events of 2015 and how they will continue to be felt in 2016 and beyond.

2015 in review: The top legal events, part 1

Dec 29, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

With 2015 quickly drawing to a close, the Legal Solutions Blog looks back at the ten most significant legal events of 2015 and how they will continue to be felt in 2016 and beyond.

Today in 1944: Korematsu v. U.S. is decided

Dec 18, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

On December 18, 1944, the Supreme Court ruled on Korematsu v. U.S., the now-infamous case that upheld Japanese internment during World War II.

Prospective clients want an attorney – but they also want a person

Dec 17, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

Many attorneys fail to understand the importance of a key component to success: personally connecting with clients, past, current, and prospective.

Santa Claus: Benefactor or Burglar?

Dec 16, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

Is Santa committing a crime for entering homes uninvited and consuming the edibles therein?

Today in 1973: SCOTUS rules no justification needed for search incident to arrest

Dec 11, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

On December 11, 1973, the Supreme Court ruled in U.S. v. Robinson that law enforcement needed no further justification to conduct personal searches of those lawfully arrested.

High school student suspended over tweet to receive $425,000 settlement

Dec 10, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

The high school student that was suspended last year over tweeting “actually yes” has just settled his civil suit against the school and city for $425,000.

Today in 1882: In major sovereign immunity ruling, SCOTUS decides fate of Arlington National Cemetery

Dec 4, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

On December 4, 1882, the Supreme Court decided U.S. v. Lee, a major sovereign immunity ruling that determined the future of Arlington National Cemetery.