In the New Hampshire Business Review, Jim Reidy explains how “Just like the Rolling Stones lead singer’s offspring, laws continue to pop up.”
Plymouth State University recently released its Excellence 2016 publication, honoring the distinguished faculty and staff award recipients, includ
On the Federalist Society website, Christina Sandefur highlights the US Supreme Court case of
At Truth on the Market, Alden Abbott explains the concepts of “the rule of law” and regulatory overreach, and then analyzes Tennessee v.
At the California Employment Law Report, Anthony Zaller highlights five misunderstandings that employers commonly have about employee discipline and documentation.
At Above the Law, Grover Cleveland gives some advice to third year law students looking to be better prepared to practice when they graduate.
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
Maybe, according to Shelton D. [pseudonym] v. Brennan, 2016 WL 3361228, a case recently decided by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
In a podcast available on the Federalist Society website, Scott Kronland and William Messinger discuss the future of mandatory union dues after the 4-4 split per curiam decis
In an article on TechPolicyDaily.com—the voice of American Enterprise Institute’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy—Professor Babette Boliek discusses legal issues related to