Month: October 2020

Stat Of The Week: A Frontrunner For Law Firm Meetings

October 30, 2020

Who’s taking over your workplace calendar? 

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You Are Too Old To Trick-Or-Treat, Like By Law

October 30, 2020

They hold a firm line at Halloween.

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Supreme Court Reform, Like Winter, Is Coming — See Also

October 30, 2020

There’s Only One Way The Court Avoids Packing Now: I’ve looked at 14,000,605 possibilities and that’s how many justices there will be unless John Roberts gets on board with this idea. Long Overdue: Cravath makes progress in diversity. Halloween Contest: One of our favorite events of the year. Speaking Of Which: Trick or treating is […]

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90-Day Known Expert: Week 7 Roundup

October 30, 2020

All about the OUTLINES.

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In-House Lawyer V. Socratic Method

October 30, 2020

Notes to my (legal) self.

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Case preview: Court will consider the scope of transparency under the Freedom of Information Act’s key “deliberative process” privilege

October 30, 2020

On Monday, Nov. 2, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service v. Sierra Club — a case that will define the bounds of the deliberative process privilege under the Freedom of Information Act. More broadly, the case implicates how to balance the public interest in transparency and accountability in […]

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Symposium: In Fulton, the court has the chance to jettison Employment Division v. Smith – and the pandemic shows why it should take it

October 30, 2020

This article is part of a symposium previewing Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. Lindsay See is solicitor general of the state of West Virginia, which joined an amicus brief on behalf of 13 states in support of the petitioners. The Supreme Court has options for how to approach this term’s clash between Philadelphia’s foster-placement policies […]

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Bill de Blasio To Try, Fail To Stop Steve Cohen From Buying Mets

October 30, 2020

It’s all he knows how to do at this point.

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