Posted on: February 20, 2018

At the new home of The Volokh Conspiracy at, 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).

Tag: Commerce, Constitutional Law
Posted on: February 18, 2018

In a short video on the Manhattan Institute website, Daniel DiSalvo discusses the facts and implications of Janus v. AFSCME, a US Supreme Court case scheduled for oral argument on February 26.

Tag: Agency, Constitutional Law, Labor and Employment
Posted on: January 30, 2018
From "Lawyers Faced With Emojis and Emoticons Are All ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"[1]:

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.

Tag: Comparative Law, Contracts, Social Media, Technology & Law
Posted on: January 7, 2018
This case summary was prepared in part by Joshua Jacobs.
Tag: Comparative Law, Constitutional Law
Posted on: December 23, 2017

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its annual review of campus speech codes:

Tag: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties
Posted on: December 8, 2017

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[1], the plaintiffs were also awarded fees and costs they will incur in collecting the amount of the judgment.

Tag: Civil Litigation / Civil Procedure, Creditor / Debtor Law, Equity / Chancery, Labor and Employment