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20 Feb 2024, 5:00 am by Written on behalf of Peter McSherry
Smith, PJ stated that WK “treats the tech room like his own personal reservation. [read post]
19 Feb 2024, 6:03 am by Second Circuit Civil Rights Blog
" That skepticism does now show the planners were digging its heals and making it clear that it would deny all variances. [read post]
15 Feb 2024, 9:22 am by centerforartlaw
Rybolovlev admitted that it’s hard for him to trust people, but once he does, he trusts them entirely. [read post]
14 Feb 2024, 12:26 pm by Eugene Volokh
A contextual example of Appellant's reliance on fictitious authority includes: For instance, in Smith v. [read post]
12 Feb 2024, 1:02 am by INFORRM
The LSE Media Blog has an article on the role of disinformation in political campaigning and its impact on voters, arguing it does not have the sway on elections that is often assumed. [read post]
8 Feb 2024, 4:09 pm by INFORRM
  The statement “Mr Smith is a disgrace”, although evaluative, fails to identify what the remark is about. [read post]
8 Feb 2024, 2:35 pm by Yosi Yahoudai
The case is the most significant elections matter the justices have been forced to confront since the Bush v. [read post]
8 Feb 2024, 9:36 am by Eugene Volokh
Respectfully, we also write to raise serious concerns about the reliability of Professor Lash's writings on Section 3 and to make clear what the historical record does—and does not—say.[1] By answering seven questions, we will show that (1) there was a First Insurrection, (2) John B. [read post]
8 Feb 2024, 7:53 am by Alex Phipps
These summaries will be added to Smith’s Criminal Case Compendium, a free and searchable database of case summaries from 2008 to the present. [read post]
6 Feb 2024, 3:36 pm by Marty Lederman
”  Before addressing the substance of the argument itself, it’s important to distinguish it from another, more draconian “non-self-execution” argument that no party is making but that has been prominent in some public discussions of the case—namely, that Section 3 does not apply to disqualify anyone from any office absent congressional legislation. [read post]