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Opening your own law firm, especially straight out of law school, can be overwhelming. Unless you happen to win the lottery, chances are you don’t have a giant pile of cash lying around to put towards your law firm marketing, especially when you’re still working...

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has proposed to limit the volume of opioids that certain companies can manufacture each year, in an effort to fight what has become a nationwide epidemic, the Washington Post reports. Under the plan, the Drug Enforcement Administration, which sets opioid production...

For years, the signature requirement for completing a credit card transaction has felt something like an obsolete means of confirming a user’s identity. Effective this month, however, four of the country’s largest credit card providers: American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa, will no longer require...

There are two cases on the court’s argument docket this morning. The first is Washington v. United States, in which the justices will consider the scope of tribal fishing rights. Miriam Seifter previewed the case for this blog. Jonathan Kim and Eugene Temchenko have a...