Category: Cases

Courts Monitor publisher Sara Corcoran tells the tale of legal enigma in her recent Buzzfeed article

Debating the “nature of existence” is more the stuff of college dorms (and at least one recent documentary) than state appeals courts, so the legal team for a Texas journalist seeking to open a 20-year-old deposition transcript might… Read More

If Supreme Court upholds President Trump’s travel ban, will it rein in district judges who have opposed it?

A travel ban that limits immigration may secure a key legal victory at the U.S. Supreme Court, based on comments from justices on April 25, a major newspaper predicts. The L.A. Times reports, “The Supreme Court’s conservative justices sounded… Read More

Suit spurs $6.4 million ‘revenge porn’ judgment

In a relatively new area of law, a major court verdict has been handed down against a perpetrator of “revenge porn.” This phenomenon involves the distribution of sexually explicit images or video of someone without their consent. A… Read More