The U.S. Supreme Court’s nine justices who serve without seeking election will soon have to decide whether or not they would want to immerse themselves into the hub of the presidential campaign next year.
The high court will begin its new
Lawyers are the only definite winners in the legal row between Jeffrey Gundlach and TCW, expert witnesses, as well as public relations companies that have been dragged into the most expensive courtroom skirmish in money management industry’s history.
According to those
As firms fine-tune their direct mail strategies for the coming year, a recent study indicates that key direct mail months and overall mailing patterns are holding steady—despite ongoing uncertainty about the economy, unemployment and ever-changing levels of consumer confidence.
At a medical-marijuana dispensary in Colorado Springs, there is still the usual collection of marijuana and cannabis-infused sweets
However, beginning today, the owner will also need to have a bigger safe on the premises.
On Friday, Colorado Springs State Bank, which is
Hispanic students begin to leave Alabama public schools in the wake of a court decision upholding the tough new state law that cracks down on illegal immigration.
According to education officials, scores of immigrant families withdrew their children from classes or
A chilly battle has broken out in the air-conditioning market in the United States as manufacturers attempt to meet head-on the unwillingness of consumers to pay up for equipment that do not have an ozone-depleting refrigerant.
A legal loophole allows companies
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is faced with a lot of obstacles in their quest to show proof of any wrongdoing committed by rating agencies. This was revealed by the enforcement chief of the agency, who also pointed
A group of farmers that have gathered Wednesday at the Gold Ridge Farm of Keith Smith spent a good portion of the afternoon answering queries and discussing what they learned from the ruling made a judge on the immigration law
State regulators and the Treasury Department insist that the enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act effectively obliges national banks to comply with more state consumer protection measures.
However, courts are not supporting these claims.
Last week, a federal judge in the state of
Retailers in South Carolina who offer electronic sweepstakes to their customers are starting to feel jittery.
This is revealed by a member of the S.C. Education Lottery Oversight Committee, a panel that is composed of state lawmakers and members of the
Representatives of the petroleum industry met in Bakersfield Tuesday to discuss when, and not if, they should file a lawsuit against state regulators over what oil producers perceive as unnecessary delays in their review of oilfield injection projects in Sacramento.
The Obama administration has decided that it will not anymore ask a federal appeals court in Atlanta for a further review of a ruling that rejected the centerpiece of the present administration’s sweeping health care overhaul.
This decision opens the possibility