The Supreme Court yesterday ruled that a manufacturer can tell a store owner that it can't sell its goods for less than a minimum price, overturning nearly a century of antitrust law.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES The Supreme Court yesterday ruled that the First Amendment protects the rights of businesses and unions to fund advocacy ads in the closing months of an election, striking a blow to campaign-finance law and drawing praise from free-speech activists.
The Supreme Court today imposed a strict standard that investors must meet to keep alive their lawsuits charging securities fraud.
A Seattle law firm filed a nationwide class-action lawsuit last week against the new Internet lawyer-rating service Avvo Inc. nine days after it went online.
RICHMOND — Gov. Timothy M. Kaine ordered a delay in the execution of a man who was scheduled to be put to death last night for the 2001 murder of a co-worker.