Americans who owe back taxes of five figures or more might not be able to travel with a passport after a July 20 opinion from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
A fan lawsuit seeking a refund for Houston Astros season tickets after the 2017 World Series sign-stealing scandal is out of court.
The Court of Appeals on July 15 ruled in Marriage of Young, deciding a magistrate needed to reconsider whether one party was voluntarily underemployed.
The Colorado Court of Appeals on July 8 ruled in People v. Valera-Castillo, People v. Landis, People in Interest of K.S.E. and others.
D.C. Circuit: FERC Must Confirm Pipeline Developer’s Claim That Natural Gas Transport Infrastructure is...
A federal appeals court in D.C. ruled that FERC must verify that a natural gas pipeline is necessary before granting a developer a permit.
Federal Appeals Court, in Scrutinized Hydroelectric Facility Case, Orders FERC Caution Before Agency Finds...
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 2 that FERC improperly determined N.C. waived its right to set water quality for the Haw River.
The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 1 that a lawsuit alleging Exxon-Mobil failed to prepare an oil storage facility for climate change impacts should go to trial.
The state appeals court heard its first in-person oral arguments since last year – a lawsuit against a college that allegedly deceived students.
The Colorado Court of Appeals on July 1 ruled in Accetta v. Brooks Tower Residence, People in Interest of J.M.M. and others.
The Supreme Court, on a July 2 divided vote, passed on deciding whether a private business can discriminate against LGBTQ customers.