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13 Jan 2014, 12:19 pm by Matthew L.M. Fletcher
United States Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black, a former member of the Ku Klux Klan, authored the Court’s opinion in Williams v. [read post]
28 Dec 2013, 12:00 pm by Robert Chesney
  In a 2012 opinion by Judge William Fletcher, plaintiff’s substantial connections to the United States were held sufficient to entitle her to proceed with her constitutional challenge even though she is not a U.S. citizen or resident in the United States (the opinion may be found at 669 F.3d 983). [read post]
26 Dec 2013, 1:27 pm
One of the most contentious and complicated emerging issues of corporate law in the United States is the issue of attorney client privilege when it is asserted by an entity. [read post]
2 Dec 2013, 1:49 pm by Matthew L.M. Fletcher
United States’ Argument Ed Kneedler argued for the United States here, and the argument was a delight for law professors like me. [read post]
3 Aug 2013, 7:44 am by Eric Muller
Julius graduated from high school in May 1954, the very month the United States Supreme Court announced its landmark ruling in Brown v. [read post]
15 Jul 2013, 4:00 am by Howard Friedman
Starger, A Visual Guide to United States v. [read post]
9 Jul 2013, 1:01 am by Jack Chin
Fletcher, a well known scholar of federal Indian law, is Professor of Law at the Michigan State University College of Law. [read post]
6 Jun 2013, 10:39 pm by Jeff Gamso
  Tuesday, a panel of the 9th Circuit issued its opinion in Deere v. [read post]
13 May 2013, 8:08 pm by Ron Coleman
Unfortunately, the consensus of United States legal authority on what is generic rather than descriptive, and vice-versa, has become somewhat discordant. . . . [read post]
16 Apr 2013, 1:03 pm by Matthew L.M. Fletcher
The vast majority of American Indian families (and other people of color, frankly), who reside in the poorest socioeconomic categories in the United States when it comes to income, cannot afford to adopt a child. [read post]