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Post date: Posted on: March 7, 2017

At National Review, Andrew McCarthy writes about the history, and what he regards as the extreme inherent injustice, of the "responsible officer doctrine," which allows corporate officers to be prosecuted for criminal acts of their companies, regardless of whether they participated in or even kne

Tags: Civil Litigation / Civil Procedure, Corporations, Courts, Criminal Law, Legal History, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: February 5, 2017

From an article by Gary Galles on the Foundation for Economic Education website:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Legal History, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: November 26, 2016

At the Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, Professor Orin Kerr discussed Justice Antonin Scalia’s impact on Fourth Amendment law.

Tags: Criminal Law, Legal History, Legal Theory, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: October 30, 2016

In a research paper on the Cato Institute website, Jennifer Doleac and Benjamin Hansen summarize their analysis of statistical discrimination and e

Tags: Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Labor and Employment, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: August 13, 2016

In a cross-post on the Foundation for Economic Education and Cato Institute websites, Larry White briefly analyzes bitcoin’s recent victory in court, when Miami-Dade Florida circuit judge Teresa Pooler

Tags: Commerce, Commercial Transactions, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Law & Economics, Legal Theory, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: June 20, 2016

On the Foundation for Economic Education website, Professor Alex Tabarrok explains that a potential problem with “Ban the Box” laws is that such laws actually significantl

Tags: Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Labor and Employment, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: April 23, 2016

In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Professor Gregory McNeal—an expert on drones and topics related to security, technology, and crime—discusses drones and property rights, and a

Tags: Criminal Law, Legal Theory, Real Estate / Real Property, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: April 13, 2016

At the Washington Post, Clay Conrad writes on the history of jury nullification in a piece entitled "History is clear: Juries were supp

Tags: Civil Litigation / Civil Procedure, Comparative Law, Courts, Criminal Law
Post date: Posted on: March 21, 2016

Lawyers must be wary of any communication with jurors in cases the lawyers are litigating.  It is universally recognized that such contact is forbidden as it could sway or influence a juror’s decision-making, even unconsciously.  But how attenuated can such contact be and still be considered to f

Tags: Administrative Law, Civil Litigation / Civil Procedure, Commercial Litigation, Courts, Criminal Law, Legal Ethics, Legal Industry, Legal Theory

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