This case summary was prepared by Marielle MacMinn.
In a cross-post on the Volokh Conspiracy and Foundation for Economic Education websites, Eugene Volokh briefly analyzes a jury nullification bill that was passed by th
New Federal Rule of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments—mostly concerning e-discovery and Rules 26(b)(1) and 37(e)—took effect earlier this month.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) reported the results of a newly released poll on the topic of college campus due process:
We’ve all seen automobile bumper stickers such as, “Keep honking, I’m reloading,” and yard signs such as, “Trespassers will be shot, survivors will be shot again.” These clever and funny messages grab our attention. But is it wise to display them?
At Electronic Discovery Law, Daniel Miller and Bree Kelly introduced their recent article titled “E-Discovery in 2015: Will You Feel
Plaintiffs in business disputes often attempt to make a case for the imminent danger of irreparable harm (a required element for ordering expedited proceedings and for many types of equitable relief, such as entitlement to a temporary restraining order (TRO) or preliminary injunction). Courts ha