A civil rights case over a raid on a Florida barbershop has settled for $125,000, leaving unresolved a federal appeals question about whether law enforcement officers can be liable for constitutional violations committed by other officers.
- The February Bar Exam Results Are Out
- Georgia Lawyer Finds Big Case, Big Win in Texas
- Trucking Tragedies on Georgia Highways Highlight Need for Congressional Action
- Virtually Unknown, 'Tortious Misconduct' Deserves Attention
- Lawyer: Fulton Pension Settlement Results in $2M in Overpayments, $1M in Underpayments
- Deadline Extended to June 1 for 'On the Rise' Nominations
How did we choose Buck O' Five? Well, the Sex Pistols was already taken. Plus we realized that freedom isn't free—there's a hefty #@*% fee. And if you don't throw in your buck 'o five, who will? (Thanks Johnny D!)
Litigators are subject to the same ethics rules, professional standards of care and professional obligations as any other attorney. But the application of those rules, standards and obligations differs greatly from every other practice.
The Senate has confirmed Sally Quillian Yates to be deputy attorney general, putting two women in the top posts at the Justice Department.
The families of at least 100 people who died in crashes caused by faulty General Motors ignition switches will be offered compensation by the company.