Monthly Archives: November 2016

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The Second Circuit's email privacy decision is causing some unexpected problems.

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American law has, throughout American history, treated symbolic expression as legally equivalent to verbal expression.

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The new edition has updated material on recent developments takings law, including the growing conflict over condemnations for private pipelines, and the controversy surrounding Donald Trump's history with eminent domain.

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A prosecutor’s racially coded language means a death sentence can’t stand; the Tenth Circuit repels a ban on recreational magnets; and political retaliation in Maine.

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But were the Protestants Protestants?

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How federalism and the Constitution can help protect sanctuary cities.

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Depends on the state (and the city) -- but in many states, firing employees based on their politics may actually be a crime (and also a tort).

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Lessig makes a provocative argument, but here's why I'm not convinced.

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It's a “hate crime"!

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Two years after the appeals court heard oral argument, we're still waiting for an opinion.

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