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An interesting and important case involving Glassdoor's attempt to protect the anonymity of its posters against a grand jury subpoena.

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NRO's Ed Whelan lays into Judge Richard Posner's latest book, "The Federal Judiciary" (which Whelan suggests should be called "Mopey Dick").

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A decision today from the Florida Court of Appeal.

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A response from Duke University professor Jeff Powell to my Volokh Conspiracy post Brummer v. Wey and a reply from me.

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Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Jerry Larpenter apparently called for search of a critic's home, on the theory that a computer contained evidence of criminal libel -- but Louisiana criminal libel law doesn't cover the critic's statements.

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Jeff Sessions plan to expand asset forfeitures is an attack on both federalism and property rights.

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As The Post reported, "He took a bright red pen and savaged it, correcting mistakes and leaving commentary in the voice of a perturbed copy editor."

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Berkeley said no to a proposed September 14 event, stating that the few no-rental-fee rooms that accommodate 500 students are booked; but it says it's open to other possible dates.

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Nancy MacLean invented a conspiracy to sabotage "Democracy in Chains."

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The embattled author of "Democracy in Chains" speaks with the Chronicle of Higher Education. I address my alleged conflicts of interest.

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