“The recriminations over the Amazon pullout have been as bitterly tribal as the debate over the project itself."
“We have a different kind of takings case for you today. This one involves the state of Indiana’s seizure of a $42,000 Land Rover SUV. Why is that a big deal? Two reasons."
Michael Berger, a partner in the appellate practice, wrote for the Daily Journal about a takings case in Indiana, and how it changed the Supreme Court’s Fourteenth Amendment due process jurisprudence.
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“The primal myth runs thusly: In the beginning, chaos blanketed the universe of California appeals."
“More than 50 years ago, the state of Maryland convicted John Brady of murder without disclosing that Brady’s colleague had already confessed to the same homicide."
“I am going to skip our usual examination of the most recent regulatory takings cases because there is a fascinating land use case that comes to us from San Francisco.”
With the cybersecurity landscape constantly evolving and changing, the pressure to protect consumer privacy rights is increasing.
While Democratic victories in the U.S. House have fueled national conversations about some variant of Medicare for all, most of the policy change in the near term is likely to continue to be at the state level.
Last November, for the second time, a California federal court judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by three Apple Inc. customers alleging that the tech giant falsely advertised the storage capacity of its iPhones and iPads.