Patent Defendants Win a Big One

May 22, 2017.

Oklahoma Lawmakers Inadvertently Enact Loser-Pays

May 22, 2017.

“What’re You In For?” “Lemonade.”

May 18, 2017.

Court: Kentucky Print Shop Needn’t Print Messages With Which It Disagrees

May 15, 2017.

Can Virginia Require a Church To Permit Breast-Feeding in the Pews?

May 3, 2017.

SCOTUS Needs To Check the Long Arm Of State Court Jurisdiction

April 24, 2017.

April 8, 1952: President Truman Seizes The Steel Mills

April 11, 2017.

How To Stop Politicians From Gerrymandering

April 10, 2017.

North Carolina Bids To Close the Door On Its Bathroom Wars

March 30, 2017.

Nevada Drops Idea of Mandatory Wait for Rideshare Drivers

March 30, 2017.

House Moves Forward On Tort Reform — And With A Nod To Federalism

March 16, 2017.

Race and Redistricting Back In Court: Bethune-Hill v. Va. State Bd. of Elections

March 1, 2017.

Court: IRS, Unlike Caligula, May Punish Only Under Well-Proclaimed Law

February 27, 2017.

Remembering Calvin Coolidge’s Record on Civil Rights

February 20, 2017.

Yes, Suspend — Then Repeal — Dodd-Frank’s Conflict Minerals Rules

February 9, 2017.

Trump, UC Berkeley, and the Federal Funding Whip

February 2, 2017.

An Executive Order On LGBT Issues? Religious Exemptions? Both?

January 31, 2017.

TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods: Will the Court Curb Patent-Law Forum Shopping?

January 27, 2017.

Trump’s Inaugural Address, and the Words That Were Missing

January 20, 2017.

Court: Pennsylvania Has No Common Law Asset Forfeiture

January 19, 2017.

Judges Who Stand Up To Presidential Power Grabs Deserve Respect

January 12, 2017.

President Obama’s Farewell Speech

January 11, 2017.

New SEC Chief Criticized Foreign Anti-Bribery Law. Good.

January 4, 2017.

Idaho High Court Takes a Step Toward Loser-Pays

December 19, 2016.

Setting Bad Examples: More on the Carrier Episode

December 14, 2016.