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A Liberal Swallows The SCOTUS Gerrymander Decision
In his take on the Court’s decision in Rucho v. Common Cause, an Atlantic magazine contributing editor echoes Winston Churchill’s famous remark about democracy being the worst form of government, except for all the others. Rucho was...
- Posted 2 weeks ago
Is Censoring Terrorists On The Internet Counterproductive?
Monitoring and taking down terrorist internet content is generally viewed as sound defensible policy, with the main problems being the sheer quantity of material and the difficulty of establishing an operative definition of what needs to be...
- Posted 3 weeks ago
Moral: Don’t Rat On Yourself
Conventional wisdom has it that straightforward acknowledgment is the best policy if your company is being investigated for financial fraud by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Wrong! According to a paper jointly published by an assistant professor...
- Posted 3 weeks ago
New York Chef Rails Against Seed Patents
The chef and co-owner of two New York restaurants bemoans concentration in the seed industry and the power now wielded by the few remaining behemoth companies. (In the interest of disclosure, he adds that he’s also “co-founder...
- Posted 4 weeks ago
IP Watchdog Hammers Judge In Qualcomm Case
Writing in IP Watchdog, James Edwards says federal district Judge Lucy Koh deserves a prize for the worst ever botch of an antitrust case involving patents. His reference is to her ruling in favor of the Federal...
- Posted 1 month ago
Know Who the Judges Are Before You Present Your Argument
Writing on the Appellate Advocacy Blog, Lance Caughfield discusses the importance of understanding who the panel of judges are before presenting an argument, so the argument can be tailored to their mind set. He stresses that judges...
- Posted 2 months ago
Reform The Supreme Court, Says Yale Law Professor
Ordinary citizens are increasingly mistrustful of the Supreme Court. They view it as more partisan and political than judicial. Yale law Professor Bruce Ackerman thinks he has a solution to this problem in the form of some...
- Posted 7 months ago
Brexit Previews Future Risks
Economic systems worldwide are undergoing major structural changes driven by technology, trade, climate change, inequality and mounting populist challenges to the status quo. Brexit is the most dramatic example to date of economic and political fragmentation in...
- Posted 8 months ago
Why A.I. Can’t Stop Fake News
News filters powered by artificial intelligence are unable to uncover ideas and the relations between them, nor will they be able to do that any time soon, according to the authors of this New York Times oped....
- Posted 9 months ago
Originalism Critiqued In New Book
Since the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, his colleague Clarence Thomas has often been cited as the thought leader of the high court. Recently, Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times wrote that Thomas, whose...
- Posted 11 months ago