At the new home of The Volokh Conspiracy at Reason.com, Ilya Somin analyzes the holding in Checker Cab Philadelphia v. The Philadelphia Parking Authority, C.A. No. 16-4669 (E.D. Pa. Jan. 29, 2018).
Emojis—tiny pictures of facial expressions or objects used in text messages, emails and on social media—are no longer a laughing matter for the legal profession. Increasingly, they are bones of contention in lawsuits ranging from business disputes to harassment to defamation.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its annual review of campus speech codes:
Two Berger Harris clients were awarded their attorneys’ fees and legal expenses at an inquisition hearing held by a commissioner of the Delaware Superior Court on December 8. Under the standard articulated by the Court of Chancery in the case of Kulp v. Timmons, the plaintiffs were also awarded fees and costs they will incur in collecting the amount of the judgment.