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Brent Kendall
WSJ legal affairs reporter in Washington. Native Tar Heel, with lingering accent to prove it. brent.kendall@wsj.com
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Devlin Barrett May 18
Analysis | 2018 has been deadlier for schoolchildren than service members
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Stephen Shankland May 18
It's closing time! Closing arguments, that is, for the Apple-Samsung patent trial. Today is the last chance for the tech giants to sway a jury on how much Samsung owes in damages for infringing 3 design patents and 2 utility patents. Stay tuned here for live tweets.
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Brent Kendall May 16
9th Circuit panel skeptical on DACA cancellation, though judges focused on different issues: Wardlaw on admin procedure, Owens on equal protection and Trump comments re Latinos.
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Dan Steinberg May 15
Uh. The nation of Qatar has agreed to pay the $100,000 to keep Metro open an hour later for Caps-Lightning Game 4 on Thursday
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Brent Kendall May 15
Ninth Circuit DACA arguments starting momentarily. Live stream:
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Sadie Gurman May 15
Great story on the colorful federal judge who questioned the scope of Mueller's probe, and, per , has a "heart of gold."
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Jared Diamond May 15
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Brent Kendall May 15
SCOTUS sports-betting decision could mark a groundbreaking shift for leagues, fans and casinos. Final version of WSJ story on Monday's ruling:
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Brent Kendall May 14
I'm going to need to set an over/under on how many emails I end up receiving today on this.
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Lawrence Hurley May 11
The weirdest thing today ... so far
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Sahil Kapur May 10
Replying to @sahilkapur
Senate tees up Trump 18th circuit court nominee. He's already confirmed more appellate judges than any president in over half a century, and McConnell continues to plow through them as his top priority.
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Leah Nylen May 2
In Philly for the start of Eggs price-fixing trial - first time I’ve ever heard a judge ask potential jurors if they are vegan and able to handle the subject matter
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The Wall Street Journal May 1
A ruling on AT&T’s $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner will be announced on June 12. Here are the possible outcomes
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Brent Kendall Apr 30
AT&T-Time Warner antitrust trial, which mercifully ends today after six weeks of proceedings, has shown why it's not easy for the DOJ to challenge a vertical merger.
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Bob Loeb Apr 25
The audio of the travel ban argument is up and can be heard here:
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Brent Kendall Apr 25
Travel ban programming note: We'll be live blogging today's SCOTUS arguments.
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Brent Kendall Apr 25
At long last, SCOTUS gets a full crack at the travel ban today.
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𝘾𝙛. Apr 24
U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE JOHN BATES.
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Brent Kendall Apr 24
Witness testimony at the AT&T-Time Warner merger trial could end as soon as today, with a return of DOJ's lead economic expert. Court watchers expect closing arguments early next week.
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Brent Kendall Apr 23
Replying to @brkend
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