Federal appeals panel decision may make it harder for public colleges to protect themselves from patent and other lawsuits.
Regents tabled a decision on banning tobacco funding, but they may have done so without having all the information.
Michigan appeals court says state ban on gay marriage also limits benefits public colleges can offer gay employees.
California Supreme Court, in 4-3 split, reverses lower court rulings to allow bond sales on behalf of "pervasively sectarian" institutions.
Federal judge bars U. of Wisconsin at Madison from applying its anti-discrimination policies to religious organizations.
New court rulings and campus developments underscore the growing impact of a 1995 Supreme Court decision.
Appeals court ruling outlines student rights with computers in dorm rooms -- and sets narrow exemptions for administrators.
Ruling by U.S. appeals court could undermine public college lawyers and employees who spot illegal or unethical activity.
Jury sides with ex-professor at Voorhees, finding that college officials showed "malice or reckless indifference" to her claims.
Federal judge -- rejecting pleas from Colorado Christian U. and U.S. Justice Dept. -- upholds Colorado's limit on aid funds.
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