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Post date: Posted on: May 7, 2013

At Volokh.com, Randy Barnett discusses the PBS series Constitution USA, which airs tonight.  The series, hoste

Tags: Constitutional Law, Legal History
Post date: Posted on: May 6, 2013

In the Wall Street Journal, Richard Epstein has thoughts about the state and future of the legal industry, including a skeptical review of Stephen J.

Tags: Law & Economics, Legal History, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: May 2, 2013

In the field of law, it behooves us to remember that we stand on the shoulders of giants.  The following quotes, from various ancient Mesopotamian legal codes

Tags: Agency, Civil Litigation / Civil Procedure, Comparative Law, Contracts, Courts, Legal History, Real Estate / Real Property
Post date: Posted on: April 30, 2013

NPR has a feature on the Affordable Care Act (AKA Obamacare) and its impact on the workforce.  Specifically, the piece focuses on whether the Act's requirement of health care coverage for

Tags: Administrative Law, Labor and Employment, Law & Economics
Post date: Posted on: April 26, 2013

New Hampshire News has an interview with Michael Listner, President of the International Space Safety Foundation, on the growing and evolving field of space law.

Tags: Administrative Law, International Law, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: April 26, 2013

The LLC Law Monitor blog reports on an amendment to the Virginia Limited Liability Company Act (VLLCA), effective July 1, 2013.  The amendment, found in

Tags: Alternative Business Entities, Comparative Law, Equity / Chancery, Limited Liability Companies, Wills & Estates
Post date: Posted on: April 24, 2013

UPDATED 4/24/13: Francis Pileggi has further details and analysis at the Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog.  Like Professor Bainbridge, Francis has been posting on Revlon-related issues for many ye

Tags: Commercial Litigation, Corporations, Equity / Chancery, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: April 23, 2013

"Whoever takes goods (on credit) and becomes bankrupt, then again takes goods and again becomes bankrupt, then takes goods again and yet again becomes bankrupt is to be put to death after the third time."

Tags: Bankruptcy, Comparative Law, Creditor / Debtor Law, Legal History, Legal Theory, Structured Finance

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