Milo Yiannopoulos, who is suing Simon & Schuster for dropping his controversial book, has parted ways with his attorneys in the case. Going forward, Milo
Back in January, a group of literary estates (Truman Capote, Ernest Hemingway, Jack Kerouac, and Arthur C. Clarke) and publishers (Penguin Random House and Simon
[And another update: On June 22, 2017, Dr. Seuss Enterprises filed its first amended complaint, which is available here. There’s nothing surprising in it.
The constant flow of information about Donald Trump’s scandalous and dysfunctional administration has intensified the calls to remove him from office. But what is the
Milo Yiannopoulos, a professional troll and proud bigot, has announced that he will self-publish the book Simon & Schuster dropped after his comments condoning child
Many civil rights and mass torts lawsuits, including cases similar to the one at the heart of Amelia Elkins Elkins, could never happen if Congress