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17 Jun 2024, 3:37 am by Peter J. Sluka
  The merger was negotiated while the entire sports betting industry held its breath; the Supreme Court was considering Murphy v National Collegiate Athletic Assn, 584 U.S. 453 (2018) the case that allowed states to legalize sports gambling. [read post]
14 Jun 2024, 9:54 am by John Floyd
  In a May 22, 2024 report, Forbes Magazine called attention to some of Alito’s past behaviors and court decisions that underscore his long held ultra-right wing political ideology: his college-days involvement with a Princeton University alumni group that didn’t allow women or minorities as members; his vocal “not true” opposition to former President Barak Obama criticism of the Court’s handling of a campaign finance ruling during a State of the… [read post]
14 Jun 2024, 3:00 am by jonathanturley
In the recording, Alito laments the divisions in the country, stating, “I wish I knew. [read post]
13 Jun 2024, 9:00 pm by Leslie C. Griffin
The Louisiana Supreme Court ruled on June 12 that the state’s legislature acted constitutionally when it expanded the statute of limitations (in that state, called “prescriptions”) so that more survivors could sue their abusers in court. [read post]
13 Jun 2024, 12:55 pm by John Elwood
United States and Kousisis v. [read post]
12 Jun 2024, 4:53 am by jonathanturley
It is also important to note that, after the Supreme Court’s ruling in United States v. [read post]
9 Jun 2024, 9:05 pm by renholding
On February 23, 2024, the Delaware Court of Chancery issued its decision in West Palm Beach Firefighters’ Pension Fund v. [read post]
8 Jun 2024, 8:33 am by familoo
‘Now is the time to reassess presumption of parental involvement’, writes Lea Levine in the April issue of the journal[1]. [read post]
7 Jun 2024, 10:12 am by Katitza Rodriguez
Domestic Spying Powers and Domestic Safeguards The Convention grants extensive domestic surveillance powers to gather evidence for any crime, accompanied by minimal and insufficient safeguards, many of which do not even apply to its chapter on cross-border surveillance (Chapter V). [read post]