Tagged: law

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Wednesday Writs: Mailing It In Edition

Qualified Immunity, a blockbuster summer for the Supreme Court, lawyers going to lawyer, and a $67 million dollar lawsuit over missing paints in Wednesday Writs.

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Wednesday Writs: Say It to My Face Edition

The confrontation clause — the right to face one’s accuser — is among the most well-known of our constitutionally guaranteed criminal rights.

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Wednesday Writs 4/22: Ramos v. Louisiana

This week, the Court delivered its decision in Ramos v. Louisiana, in what must be among the most fractured opinions in SCOTUS history. Let me try to break that down:

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Wednesday Writs: The Eulogy of the Dog Edition

His speech, which became known as The Eulogy of the Dog, was a general tribute to man’s best friend. The jury delivered a swift verdict in Burden’s favor.

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Wednesday Writs: Kimble v. Marvel

That time the Supreme Court cited the Peter Parker principle and Marvel found itself in the center of patent law and policy.

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Wednesday Writs: The Daubert Standard

L1: In 1973 in California, a woman gave birth to a baby boy who, although tests would later reveal him to have normal chromosomes, was born with severe deformities in his limbs. Doctors could...

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Wednesday Writs: SCOTUS and Almighty God Edition

L1: A Pennsylvania law passed in December 1959 required, at the outset of a school day, the recitation of ten verses from the Holy Bible, to be read over the school intercom or in...

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Lawrence Lessig and Clickbait Defamation

Lessig is suing because he made multiple points in his article and the NYT made a headline out of only one of them and it wasn’t the most important point he made.

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Wednesday Writs: US v. 40 Barrels and 20 Kegs of Coca Cola

In this week’s edition of Wednesday Writs: the dangerous ingredients of early 20th century Coca Cola – no, not that; a fight for Tim Horton’s, revelations in the history of GOP redistricting, and more. Don’t miss out!

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Wednesday Writs: PGA Tour v. Martin

This week’s writs include SCOTUS on golf, a death row reprieve, Breaking Bad comes to life, Assange whines about his crappy jail computer, and more!

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Wednesday Writs: The Case of the Too Short Fish

This week’s packed Wednesday Writs include not real big fish, the ACLU siding with the NRA, those poor Sacklers, a big change to the LSAT, the worst kind of dumb criminal, faux legal Facebook disclaimers, and more.