no-pseudonymity-for-lawyer-who-wants-to-conceal-litigation-against-government-from-future-clients

No Pseudonymity for Lawyer Who Wants to Conceal Litigation Against Government from Future Clients

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From Chief Judge Beryl Howell's opinion in Doe v. U.S. Dep't of Homeland Security (D.D.C. Mar. 14, 2022): Plaintiff, an...
today-in-supreme-court-history:-may-16,-1918

Today in Supreme Court History: May 16, 1918

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5/16/1918: The Sedition Act of 1918 is enacted. The Supreme Court upheld prosecutions brought under this law in Schenck, Debs, and Abrams....
today-in-supreme-court-history:-may-15,-2000

Today in Supreme Court History: May 15, 2000

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5/15/2000: U.S. v. Morrison is decided. The post Today in Supreme Court History: May 15, 2000 appeared first on Reason.com.
linking-fired-women’s-gymnastics-coach-to-sex-abuser-larry-nassar-could-be-“libel-by-implication”

Linking Fired Women’s Gymnastics Coach to Sex Abuser Larry Nassar Could Be “Libel by...

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From Reighard v. ESPN, decided by Chief Judge Mark Boonstra and Judges Michael J.  Kelly & Brock Swartzle (Presiding Judge...
criminal-libel-arrest-for-criticism-of-police-officer-was-unconstitutional

Criminal Libel Arrest for Criticism of Police Officer Was Unconstitutional

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Louisiana's criminal libel law was repealed in 2021, but even before that it had been held unconstitutional as to prosecutions...
short-circuit:-a-roundup-of-recent-federal-court-decisions

Short Circuit: A Roundup of Recent Federal Court Decisions

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Please enjoy the latest edition of Short Circuit, a weekly feature from the Institute for Justice. Michigan friends, we're heading to...