Tag:U.S. Department of Justice

Defendants Acquitted in Antitrust Trial Over Poultry Prices

Seasoned antitrust attorneys who represented the defendants say it was one of the most unusual cases they’ve handled.

DOJ Report Shows Decline in Prosecutions, Convictions Between 2019, 2020 Fiscal Years

The Department of Justice released its findings on the federal response to crime and criminal justice in the 2020 fiscal year.

Durango Train Company Agrees to Pay $20 Million to Settle Federal ‘416 Fire’ Lawsuit

A Durango train operator has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a federal lawsuit over a devastating 2018 wildfire.

DOJ Settles with Kroger on Accessibility Violations for COVID-19 Vaccine Website

The DOJ announced a settlement agreement with Kroger that’ll help people with disabilities get information about COVID-19 vaccines and book appointments online.

DOJ Unveils Initiative to Streamline Criminal Justice System Data

The U.S. Department of Justice created a new tool that it hopes will improve access, understanding and quality of criminal justice system data.

House Select Committee Seeks Trump White House and Other Records Relating to Insurrection

The U.S. House Select Committee seeks documentation and records related to January 6 attack on U.S. Capitol

Top Women 2021: Hetal Doshi

Hetal Doshi considers paperwork to be a gift, but some of the lawyer's focuses include mentoring young lawyers and other women in law.

Federal Appeals Court Overturns Asylum Ruling

A 9th Circuit decision to grant asylum to an Indian political activist has highlighted the role of asylum in U.S. law