TikTok files lawsuit to overturn Montana’s 1st-in-nation ban
Social media company TikTok Inc. filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn Montana's first-in-the-nation ban on the video sharing app.
Study: Md. tops most states in online searches for lawyers
Maryland is among the top 10 states where residents are most often searching online for lawyers, according to research conducted by a Texas personal injury firm. The study analyzed which states had the most online searches for various types of lawyers and ranked each state’s average monthly search volume based on the number of searches […]
More women sue Texas, asking court to put emergency block on abortion law
More Texas women who were told they could not end pregnancies with fatal fetal anomalies or that endangered their health are challenging the state's restrictive abortion laws.
Ketanji Brown Jackson tells law students ‘Survivor’ offers helpful lessons
Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson called herself a “Survivor superfan” and offered an audience of graduating law school students lessons from the show.
Texas militia member sentenced for attacking police during Capitol riot
A Texas militia member was sentenced to prison for attacking police officers at the U.S. Capitol, seriously injuring one of them during the attack on Jan. 6, 2021.
Class-action lawsuit against Kia, Hyundai reaches $200M settlement
Hyundai and Kia have reached a proposed $200 million settlement to end a class-action lawsuit over vehicles' lack of anti-theft software.
Justice Gorsuch: COVID emergency orders among ‘greatest intrusions on civil liberties’
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch says emergency measures taken during the COVID-19 crisis were among “the greatest intrusions on civil liberties.”
Montana is banning TikTok. But can the state enforce the law and fend off a lawsuit?
Montana's first-of-its kind law that makes it illegal for residents to use TikTok in the state is already facing its first legal challenge.
Murder, he writes: Lawyer pens first novel, coupling killing and golf
Attorney Steven Epstein, a civil litigator and family law specialist, is combining his interest in crime and golf in his first murder novel.
Prince George’s County judge will be first American to serve full time on UN tribunal
A Prince George's County judge is heading to Kenya, where he will become the first American to serve full-time on a UN tribunal, which handles employment issues.
Montgomery bar association crafts a diverse leadership team
The lack of diversity in executive leadership across organizations in Maryland has been well reported, but the Bar Association of Montgomery County is bucking that trend.
Andy Warhol violated copyright on image of Prince, Supreme Court rules
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a photographer who claimed the late Andy Warhol had violated her copyright on a photograph of Prince.