The lack of a comprehensive national cyber policy has allowed the Federal Trade Commission to exert self-appointed authority, leading to two potentially landmark legal cases—cases that may soon
Answers to the essay questions on the July 2013 bar examination drawn from passing candidates who earned very high scores
...a U.S. Supreme Court that is unwilling or unable to act, congressional districts today are hypergerrrymandered to an unprecedented degree. The consequence...
... The appeals court in Zivotofsky ruled that a 2002 congressional statute "impermissibly intrudes" on the president's power to recognize foreign governments...
New Jersey Law Journal
The federal judiciary never felt the full brunt of the 16-day government shutdown, since alternative funds allowed courtrooms and clerks' offices to operate normally when other government operations
New Jersey Law Journal
...fees and other sources to operate for about 10 business days absent congressional appropriations. A number of chief judges expressed their frustration with...
The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 does not violate the U.S. Constitution as it neither exceeds Congress' enumerated powers nor violates any principle of federalism, and it in
...Republicans on legislation to limit the metadata collection program and provide more congressional oversight. Among the changes being considered: requiring an annual report on how...
Copyright laws strain under rapid advances in technology, and clash with the public's desire to share creative works
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