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4 Apr 2022, 8:55 pm by Lawrence Solum
United States on the third-party doctrine and how Justice Gorsuch’s dissent may be prescient of the third-party doctrine’s demise, which further broadens the protections pastoral work product might hold. [read post]
2 Mar 2021, 9:01 pm by Michael C. Dorf
On Monday the Supreme Court heard oral argument in United States v. [read post]
25 Dec 2020, 11:17 am by Schachtman
Burnham, a Professor of History at The Ohio State, wrote a scathing letter to the Lancet’s editors, as well as opinion pieces in History News Network.[7] David Rothman, a professor at Columbia University, similarly took Proctor to task for his pretensions of doing “history” while testifying for the lawsuit industry.[8] Perhaps the most telling rebuttal came from Professor Alan Blum, a physician and anti-tobacco activist. [read post]
25 Dec 2020, 11:17 am by admin
Burnham, a Professor of History at The Ohio State, wrote a scathing letter to the Lancet’s editors, as well as opinion pieces in History News Network.[7] David Rothman, a professor at Columbia University, similarly took Proctor to task for his pretensions of doing “history” while testifying for the lawsuit industry.[8] Perhaps the most telling rebuttal came from Professor Alan Blum, a physician and anti-tobacco activist. [read post]
1 Dec 2020, 9:45 am by Dennis Crouch
July 22, 2020 Memorandum for the United States. [read post]
5 Aug 2020, 2:52 pm by Ben Berwick, Rachel Homer
” Instead, the Framers drafted a Constitution that required the Senate’s “Advice and Consent” for the appointment of “Officers of the United States. [read post]
23 Jul 2020, 4:00 am by Jon L. Gelman
This paper draws a comparison between COVID claims and asbestos claims, the “Largest and Longest” wave of occupational disease claims in the United States. [read post]
10 Mar 2020, 5:00 am by Margaret Taylor
The Appointments Clause of the Constitution requires high-level officers of the United States to be appointed through nomination by the president, with the advice and consent of the Senate. [read post]