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Post date: Posted on: February 19, 2017

In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Glenn Reynolds explains how “the basis for extraterrestrial property rights is essentially natural law.”

Tags: Administrative Law, Commerce, Commercial Transactions, International Law, Legal Theory, Real Estate / Real Property, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: February 6, 2017

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Brad Cook summarizes what “right to work” would mean for New Hampshire now that it is a realistic possibility with a Republican governor and Republicans

Tags: Administrative Law, Contracts, Labor and Employment, Legislation
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: January 26, 2017

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Beth Deragon discusses an employer’s obligations under federal and New Hampshire law when closing a business early or for an entire day because of the weather.

Tags: Administrative Law, Labor and Employment, Legislation
Post date: Posted on: January 7, 2017

At Law.com, Tony Mauro reports on the latest brief that Ilya Shapiro filed with the US Supreme Court:

Tags: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property
Post date: Posted on: January 6, 2017

In the ABA Journal, Mark Walsh explores what President Trump means for the future of the US Supreme Court.

Tags: Legal History, Legal Industry, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: January 5, 2017

In a podcast available on the Federalist Society website, David Fortney, Brent Garren, and John Irving discuss the future of labor law under the Trump admin

Tags: Agency, Constitutional Law, Labor and Employment, Legal Industry
Post date: Posted on: December 31, 2016

At the Library of Law and Liberty blog, John McGinnis writes:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Legal History, Legal Theory

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