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29 Nov 2010, 2:10 pm by Deborah Schander
Shuster and Siegel sold the Superman rights in 1938 for $130.   [read post]
1 Nov 2010, 12:30 pm by Jessie Hill
Martinez, as well as essays by Rick Pildes on PCAOB, Neil Siegel on McDonald v. [read post]
7 Oct 2010, 11:42 pm by Orin Kerr
The proof of the pudding is in the blogging, but The CockleBur has some terrific academics in the line-up: Erwin Chemerinsky of the University of California at Irvine; Ron Sullivan, Susan Farbstein and Tyler Giannini of Harvard; Richard Friedman of the University of Michigan; Dan Ortiz of the University of Virginia; Neil Siegel and Thomas Metzloff of Duke; David Franklin of DePaul; Jacob Huebert of Ohio Northern; Elizabeth Hillman of Hastings; Palma Strand of Creighton. [read post]
4 Oct 2010, 8:26 pm by Steve Bainbridge
In discussing how companies are using delaying tactics to stall hostile takeover bids (a subject for another day), Steven Davidoff opines: The trick is for courts to prevent this manipulation from depriving shareholders of the ultimate choice of when to sell the company. [read post]
27 Jul 2010, 2:33 pm by Reproductive Rights
Neil Siegel (Duke Law School) and Reva Siegel (Yale Law School) have posted Pregnancy and Sex-Role Stereotyping, from 'Struck' to 'Carhart' on SSRN. [read post]
24 Jun 2010, 6:47 pm by Amanda Frost
Professor Neil Siegel also rejects the umpire analogy, using the Supreme Court’s case law on race conscious student assignment to make his point.  [read post]
17 Jun 2010, 6:43 pm by Mary L. Dudziak
Pregnancy and Sex-Role Stereotyping, from 'Struck' to 'Carhart' has just been posted by Neil Siegel, Duke University School of Law, and Reva Siegel, Yale Law School. [read post]
17 May 2010, 5:45 pm by JB
I've made this point in my forthcoming Michigan article on the Commerce Clause, and it is a central claim of Neil Siegel and Robert Cooter's forthcoming Stanford article "Collective Action Federalism: A General Theory of Article I, Section 8" [which, unfortunately, does not seem to be currently posted on SSRN]Put differently, when a federal statute solves a genuine collective action problem, courts should give Congress the benefit of the doubt in interpreting the scope of its… [read post]
16 Apr 2010, 5:00 am by Howard Wasserman
The panel consists of Mark Graber (Maryland), Neil Siegel (Duke), Mitch Berman (Texas), Aaron Zelinksky (about to graduate Yale), journalist Bruce Weber, and myself. [read post]
2 Feb 2010, 11:25 am by Editor
Those who took the time and made the effort to nominate their personal recommendations for Blawg Review of the Year 2009 know how daunting a task it is to single out a half dozen outstanding presentations of Blawg Review in 2009. [read post]
2 Feb 2010, 11:25 am by Editor
Those who took the time and made the effort to nominate their personal recommendations for Blawg Review of the Year 2009 know how daunting a task it is to single out a half dozen outstanding presentations of Blawg Review in 2009. [read post]
30 Nov 2009, 4:36 pm
- Boston attorney Kevin Whitaker on his blog, Privacy & Policy The Heritage Foundation Deliberately Misleads (or in the Alternative is Embarrassingly Wrong) on Estate Tax Repeal - Florida estate planning attorney David Shulman on his South Florida Estate Planning Law blog How to Shop for Safe Toys During the Holidays - Atlanta lawyer Lisa Siegel of Katz, Stepp & Miller on their Georgia Injury Law Blog Couple Seeks Custody of Indian Child Despite Federal Law - Texas attorney Michelle… [read post]
1 Jul 2009, 5:11 pm
  Finally, we know that he named three people to act as co-executors for the estate:  John Branca, John McClain, and Barry Siegel. [read post]
6 Jun 2008, 4:06 pm
" Moderated by Stephen Griffin (Tulane), the panel featured Pamela Karlan (Stanford), Thomas Keck (Syracuse), and Neil Siegel... [read post]
8 Feb 2007, 6:20 am
Neil Siegel, in his 2005 critique of Sunstein's work on minimalism - A Theory in Search of a Court, and itself: Judicial Minimalism at the Supreme Court Bar, available online here - has written that "pre-empirically, it appears more likely that whatever costs the Court saves itself by taking a minimalist path will be outweighed by the costs incurred by litigants, lower courts, and, political bodies". [read post]
1 Dec 2006, 1:23 pm
Professor Neil Siegel has this article in the Duke Law Journal about the two school integration cases that will be argued on Monday. [read post]