From the What So Proudly We Hail website:
At the Lawyerist, tax attorney Steven Chung discusses his alma mater Whittier Law School’s recent
In the New Hampshire Business Review, Edie Allard discusses the confusing state forms for benefit corporations that have led to accidental filings.
In the New Hampshire Bar News, Terri Pastori examines rights and regulations regarding political discussions in private workplaces.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently created a free speech resources page for faculty members, so that they can access and utilize FIRE’s uniq
In the New Hampshire Bar News, Mark Broth and Anna Cole explain the repercussions of New Hampshire’s “constitutional carry” legislation (repealing RSA 159:4 and amending
After citing with approval Francis Pileggi's analysis of the Delaware Supreme Court's split decision (4-1, with CJ Strine dissenti
The Institute for Justice (“IJ”) recently filed a case challenging as unconstitutional a rental inspection law in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. From the IJ website:
At the Volokh Conspiracy, Eugene Volokh analyzes the recent 11th Circuit decision in
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its list of the 10 worst colleges for free speech in 2017. The winners are: