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9 Jul 2019, 7:02 am by Ezra Rosser
New Article: Aaron Tang, Life After Janus, 119 Colum. [read post]
7 Sep 2018, 3:30 am by Fred O. Smith, Jr.
Aaron Tang, Rethinking Political Power in Judicial Review, __ Cal. [read post]
25 Apr 2010, 7:28 pm by Anna Christensen
Below, Aaron Tang of Stanford Law School previews Rent-a-Center v. [read post]
18 Dec 2015, 3:59 pm by Zosha Millman
– John Delaney and Aaron Rubin of Morrison Foerster writing on the firm’s Socially Aware blog No GMO National Labeling Standard…Yet – Husch Blackwell’s Charles M. [read post]
16 Mar 2018, 4:09 pm by Stephen Griffin
  Jamal Greene is commenting.Previously this morning, we heard a wonderful set of papers on the political process, including Tabatha Abu El-Haj's "Networking the Party," on thinking about political parties as associations, Aaron Tang rethinking how notions of political power are factored into judicial review, and Franita Tolson on how the elections clause relates to Shelby County. [read post]
9 Nov 2018, 1:35 pm by Will Baude
Harvard has also published two responses to our article, one by Aaron Tang and Fred Smith, and one by Erwin Chemerinsky and Catherine Fisk. [read post]
13 Mar 2020, 9:44 am by NCC Staff
By Aaron Tang, Acting Professor of Law, UC Davis School of Law Aaron Tang compares the gun rights and educational equity movements, noting that both rely upon implied—or unenumerated—rights; but he believes the former is likely to win, while the latter will lose, and asserts that the Court should perhaps be open to recognizing arguments on unenumerated rights from all sides. [read post]
26 Jul 2018, 5:03 am by Will Baude
A response to Aaron TangProfessor Aaron Tang has a response to my post earlier this week about the possibility that unions could be sued for several years worth of agency fees collected even before the Supreme Court held that the fees were unconstitutional in Janus. [read post]
15 Nov 2011, 2:05 pm by Michael M. O'Hear
Tang ………………………………………………………………………………. 1195 BARROCK LECTURE: HOW SHOULD WE PUNISH MURDER? [read post]
26 Apr 2010, 5:15 am by Erin Miller
Stanford Law School student Aaron Tang previewed the case yesterday for SCOTUSblog. ~11 a.m. — In Hardt v. [read post]
19 Jul 2018, 8:33 am by Howard Bashman
” At the “Take Care” blog, Aaron Tang has a post titled “The Doomed — And Dangerous — Demand for Refunds from Public Sector Unions. [read post]
27 Jun 2018, 1:50 pm by Jon Levitan
La Fetra for the Pacific Legal Foundation; Trey Kovacs for Fox News; Aaron Tang in Take Care; Matt Ford for The New Republic; and The Wall Street Journal editorial board. [read post]
20 Apr 2018, 6:01 am
., on Friday, April 13, 2018 Tags: Appraisal rights, Charter & bylaws, Delaware law, DGCL, DGCL Section 102, DGCL Section 204, DGCL Section 205, DGCL Section 262, Mergers & acquisitions, Shareholder voting, State law Dodd-Frank is a Pigouvian Regulation Posted by Aaron M. [read post]
21 Apr 2014, 6:09 am by Bill Ferrell
2013 Boston Marathon Finish Line, By Aaron Tang via Wikimedia Commons In the wake of last year’s Boston Marathon bombings, two Emerson College students, Christopher Dobens and Nicholas Reynolds, began marketing t-shirts with the slogan “Boston Strong” hoping to raise a few hundred dollars for the victims of the attack. [read post]
26 Jul 2018, 5:00 am by SHG
“The negative environmental impacts of single-use plastics are astronomical,” bill sponsor Katy Tang said in a statement. [read post]
4 May 2010, 5:00 am by Victoria VanBuren
Jackson and Arbitration Unconscionability,  Disputing (April 26, 2010) Determining the fairness of forced arbitration provisions, Aaron Tang, SCOTUS Blog (April 25, 2010) U.S. [read post]
2 May 2010, 6:20 am by Anna Christensen
Jackson, which was argued on Monday, we have added a preview by Stanford Law School’s Aaron Tang and a recap by Stanford Law School’s Caroline Jackson, as well as a link to the argument recap.  [read post]
27 Dec 2014, 1:55 am by Steve Mehta
How To Cope With Difficult Decisions “Fate is a ubiquitous supernatural belief, spanning time and place,” researchers Aaron Kay, Simone Tang, and Steven Shepherd of Duke University write. [read post]