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A very thin Federal Register

Posted by Troy Johnson on March 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

Here is a picture of several issues of the Federal Register. The issues on the bottom of the stack are the typical size of an issue. A typical day usually runs 200-300 pages. Maybe the thin issues are weekend editions? No, the Federal Register is published during the business week. The thin issues are from [...]

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Nonlegal Citations and the Failure of Law: A Case Study of the Supreme Court 2010-2011 Term

Posted by George Butterfield on March 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Abstract: Nonlegal citations both exist and proliferate within contemporary judicial opinions. This realization could — indeed, it should — lead the reader to ask a fundamental question: What are these nonlegal citations doing in a judicial opinion? Download and read Bezalel Stern’s article here.

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Student ordered to pay $100,000 over Twitter defamation of teacher

Posted by George Butterfield on March 5, 2014 in Uncategorized

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High School Senior Sues Parents for College Tuition

Posted by George Butterfield on March 5, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Girl costs father $80,000 with Facebook post

Posted by Troy Johnson on March 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

The former head of a private preparatory school in Miami, Florida is out an $80,000 discrimination settlement after his daughter boasted about it on Facebook. Story underlines the importance of your client understanding the full extent of a confidentiality agreement made as part of a settlement. Read more: http://www.ketv.com/national/Girl-costs-father-80-000-with-Facebook-post/24769168#ixzz2v0s1XIjF

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