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It’s Monday, got to start out with some humor. “Greg Gutfeld reacted to recent developments following President Trump’s claim that President Obama wiretapped his namesake tower. Gutfeld said that if House Intelligence […]
My preview of City of Hays, Kansas v. Vogt described the case as “deceptively complex.” Some of the difficulties in the case seem to have come into focus only (as Justice Stephen Breyer candidly put it) “suddenly … for the first time” at yesterday’s oral argument. The Question Presented is whether, in a Section 1983 […] The post Argument analysis: Vogt argum […]
During yesterday’s oral argument in Currier v. Virginia, Justice Stephen Breyer stated what most constitutional scholars know about double jeopardy: “It’s complicated.” The argument reflected this complexity, with seven justices focusing on different branches of the double jeopardy protection and on different aspects of the case. In brief, Michael Currier wa […]
[Editor’s note: An earlier version of this post ran on February 5, as an introduction to this blog’s symposium on United States v. Microsoft Corp., as well as at Howe on the Court, where it was originally published.] In 1986, when Congress passed the Stored Communications Act, the World Wide Web did not yet exist; that would not happen until three years […] […]
I would like to focus my remarks today on the close working relationship between the United States Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division and the European Union’s Directorate General for Competition. Not only do we cooperate on cases almost daily, but we also increasingly are in close communication about emerging policy issues. I make these remarks rec […]
Good afternoon. I want to thank President Trump for hosting us—and, indeed, for being here. In the history of this award, it has been a very rare privilege to have the President present it in person. I think that his being here just shows this administration’s love and support for our first responders.
Supermarket chain Tops Markets LLC filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday, the latest regional grocery chain to look to restructure its balance sheet as consumers move to nontraditional food retailers.