Jewish news outlet must face ‘extortionist’ libel suit, New York judge says

Mar 11, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

A Jewish news website that asked if an ultra-Orthodox religious community member in Brooklyn was a “hero or crook” must defend against a libel suit, a New York trial judge has ruled.

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Nov 25, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

Happy Thanksgiving! This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include stories about the Lakers, Goldman Sachs and home-sharing site HomeAway Inc.:

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Nov 19, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include a federal appeals court decision affirming a $100,000 infringement award against a nightclub and a securities fraud decision from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals from late October.

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Nov 5, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include an insurance coverage action over the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s canceled shows and

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Oct 29, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include a settlement over $20 million Lehman Brothers note and a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court asking for clarification on two key bankruptcy issues.

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Oct 23, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include court rulings about fracking on public lands and a copyright lawsuit over

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Oct 16, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include stories about a Twitter parody account and a lawsuit alleging the University

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Oct 8, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include stories about the dismissal of a “good driver” class action against insurance

News in Brief: Indiana’s ACLU seeks to stop ‘ballot selfie’ ban

Sep 29, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

An Indiana law prohibiting voters from taking ballot photographs — so-called ballot selfies — is unconstitutional, according to a federal lawsuit the

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Aug 28, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include a story about insurance coverage for missing 5-Hour Energy and an appellate

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