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On the eve of the Republican primary in Florida, the Romney campaign started running a new television ad called “History Lesson.” Romney was coming off Newt Gingrich’s double-digit win in South Carolina and the momentum in the campaign for the...On the eve of the Republican primary in Florida, the...
Today the Supreme Court handed down a decision in United States v. Jones which held that attaching a GPS device to a vehicle and then using the device to monitor the vehicle’s movements constitutes a search under the Fourth Amendment....Today the Supreme Court handed down a decision in United...
One Sunday morning in the fall of my third year of law school, Judge Terence Evans called to offer me a clerkship in his chambers for the following year. A judge on the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, Evans... One Sunday morning in the fall of my third year of law school, Judge Terence Evans...
The danger of blogging—especially late on Friday in the Summer—is that it is too easy to jump in on issues that you haven’t considered fully, but I guess that is one of its joys as well. As an outsider to...The danger of blogging—especially late on Friday in the Summer—is that it is too easy to...
The Fair Isaac Corporation recently announced the launch of FICO Medication Adherence Scores. FICO scores, which are famous for predicting whether an individual will become delinquent on a home or car loan, for the first time will be used to...The Fair Isaac Corporation recently announced the...
President Obama's remarks last night to a gay/lesbian fundraising event must have disappointed his supporters who have grown tired of straddling and rhetorical games on the subject of marriage equality from someone who once called himself a "fierce advocate" for...President Obama's remarks last...
The law school world has been abuzz since an article in the Sunday NY Times, two weeks ago, exposed the practice of recruiting new law students with financial aid, but conditioning the continuation of scholarships on good grades. Students were...The law school world has been abuzz since an article...
We live in an age of information, and it’s old hat by now to bemoan our inability to control the ebb and flow of the information formerly known as “private.” Sensing the dissatisfaction of the voting public and perhaps an...We live in an age of information, and it’s old hat by now to bemoan our...
It’s no great secret that there are a lot of administrative agencies. A dauntingly large alphabet soup of government agencies regulates many industries, and these agencies often receive overlapping delegations of authority from Congress. As President Obama wryly pointed out...It’s no great secret...
Paul Clement is universally regarded as one of the nation's smartest, most experienced, and most effective Supreme Court and appellate lawyers. He catapulted into the first tier of that group through his service from 2005-08 as Solicitor General in the...Paul Clement is universally regarded as one...