Forget the old boy’s club. Groups like the Brazen Hussies, Power Bitches and SLUTS -- aka Successful Ladies Under Tremendous Stress -- are where today’s hot deals are being brokered and they’re strictly girls-only.
A U.S. Supreme Court clash over the patenting of human genes left several justices searching for a middle ground in a case with the potential to redefine rights in the biotechnology and agricultural industries.
The U.S. Supreme Court, weighing the speech rights of federal grant recipients, questioned whether groups receiving money for overseas anti-HIV and AIDS programs can be required to take a stance against prostitution.
When the Supreme Court hears a case today weighing what remedy there should be after a federal judge was involved in a plea agreement, an Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP associate with 2 1/2 years at the firm will be making the arguments for the defendant.
Princeton University chose a longtime insider as president, following Yale, as universities prepare for new challenges ranging from greater cost scrutiny to international expansion to the advent of online education.
The U.S. Supreme Court raised the prospect that it will decline to say whether the Constitution gives gays the right to marry, in an argument that revealed a chasm among the justices on one of the country’s most divisive issues.