Sunday, November 12, 2017
"ABA does a disservice to Steve Grasz": Senior U.S. District Judge Richard G. Kopf (D. Neb.) recently had this essay online at The Omaha World-Herald.
And Wednesday at the "Simple Justice" blog, Kopf had a post titled "How The ABA Standing Committee On The Federal Judiciary Might Regain its Credibility."
"The Supreme Court's next (cautious, careful) move into the digital age": Robert Barnes of The Washington Post has this report.
Posted at 07:05 PM by Howard Bashman
"Scalia Speaks Well: But Not About Originalism." Eric Segall has this post at "Dorf on Law."
Posted at 02:44 PM by Howard Bashman
"Ruling in Arizona case: Websites can be forced to disclose names of anonymous posters." Howard Fischer of The Arizona Daily Star has this report.
And Trisha Thadani of The San Francisco Chronicle reports that "Glassdoor must reveal reviewers' identities in fraud case, court rules."
"Animal activists who freed 2,000 minks lose U.S. appeal": Jonathan Stempel of Reuters has this report on a ruling that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued on Wednesday.
Posted at 01:57 PM by Howard Bashman
"Texas killings may aid Rosenstein's crusade on encryption": Eric Geller of Politico.com has this report.
Posted at 01:28 PM by Howard Bashman
"Appeal Offers Hope for Newtown Families in Suit Against Gun Companies": Rick Rojas and Kristin Hussey of The New York Times have this report.
Posted at 01:18 PM by Howard Bashman
"Sneak Attack: Trump is trying to secretly push through another Muslim ban." Dahlia Lithwick and Jeremy Stahl have this jurisprudence essay online at Slate.
Posted at 12:06 PM by Howard Bashman
"Judicial Confirmations and Interpreting the Constitution: Borking, Activism, and Originalism": The William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale has posted this video on YouTube.
And the Buckley Program also recently posted on YouTube a video titled "Amy Wax on 'What is Happening to the Family, and Why?'"
"Guns in America and the Travel Ban That Went Unnoticed: A close look at the Second Amendment." Slate has posted online this new installment of its "Amicus" podcast featuring Dahlia Lithwick.
Posted at 11:56 AM by Howard Bashman
"Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill must step down": The Plain Dealer of Cleveland, Ohio has published this editorial.
Posted at 11:42 AM by Howard Bashman
"Phenix City man fell while buying a watermelon. Now Walmart will pay him $7.5 million." Chuck Williams of The Ledger-Enquirer of Columbus, Georgia has this report.
And Ivana Hrynkiw of AL.com reports that "Phenix City man sues Walmart after fall, awarded $7.5 million."