Soulless Corporations Can't Be Witnesses, Judge Rules in Dole Case

The U.S. Supreme Court may treat corporations like people when it comes to making political donations, but there's at least one place where only a human being will do: a Delaware witness stand.

Litigator of the Week

  • Litigator of the Week: Kent Yalowitz of Arnold & Porter

    By David Bario

    Yalowitz said the Anti-Terrorism Act case he took to trial against the Palestinian Authority and the PLO "was a very, very tough case to carry." But carry it he did, all the way to a $655.5 million verdict this week.

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Susan Beck's Summary Judgment

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The Global Lawyer

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