...clear analogy to changes in the rules that govern the economy, and society in general. As I have discussed many times on Dorf on Law...
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...Berkeley, CA. Matthew Sag, Esq., Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL For Amicus Curiae...
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In Commonwealth v. Rushing, 2013 PA Super 162 (Pa. Super. 2013), the Pennsylvania Superior Court held that, under the Pennsylvania Constitution, law enforcement needs a search warrant, supported by p
If Ralph Nader is involved, you know a proposed museum devoted to the legal profession is going to generate some attention
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