At the Wall Street Journal Law Blog, Jacob Gersham notes the “copyright clash [ ] heating up between the Ivy League publishers of The Bluebook and legal activists who are preparing
As highlighted by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), New Hampshire state representatives Frank Edelblut (R) and Alan Turcotte (D) have
According to a recent 7th Circuit US Court of Appeals opinion authored by Judge Posner, the answer is “no.” In a Forbes article, Nick Sibilla of the Institute of Justice wrote about the case—Backpage.com, LLC v. Dart—and court’s opinion:
At the China Law Blog, Dan Harris briefly answers this question as follows:
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.
In the wake of campus protests across the country, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) have issued statements, which should serve as reminders regarding the role of colleges and universities and the duties of administrato
On the Mount Vernon Estate website, Professor T. K.
In the New Hampshire Business Review, Michael Drooff discusses New Hampshire’s revised state securities statute, which takes effect January 1, 2016:
The answer is "yes" according to a Bank of Finland Research Discussion Paper by Bill Francis of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Iftekhar Hasan of Fordham University, and Qiang Wu of the Bank of Finland.
From the abstract:
In a recent post, Eugene Volokh analyzes a complaint by numerous advocacy groups to the U.S.