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  • John Elwood reviews Monday’s relists. In the old days when I had nothing but time, I would have found it impossible to resist the temptation to speculate about the serial relist in Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, 16-111. But I’m in the throes of writing a brief appealing a 427-page opinion, so […]
  • On April 18 at 6 p.m. PDT, the bar association of San Francisco will host a panel discussion entitled “Trump, the Constitution and the Judiciary.” Topics will include Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination, the new solicitor general staff and the near-term prospects for Supreme Court litigation. Speakers will include Pamela Karlan, Rory Little, Aimee Feinberg and […]
  • What is going in the world of marketing and business development for law firms? Source:
  • Just how much villainy can one bank get into? Source:
  • * OPEC nation experiencing first recession in 25 years (Adds capital spending circular) Source:
  • These debt figures are scary. Source:
  • LAGOS, March 30 (Reuters) – MTN has made a payment of 30 billion naira ($98 million) to the Nigerian government in part settlement of a 330 billion naira fine imposed on the telecoms group for not disconnecting unregistered SIM cards, an MTN source told Reuters on Thursday. Source:
  • * IMF says Nigeria economy expected to grow 0.8 pct this year Source:
  • Kenya’s central bank on Thursday invited investors interested in buying a stake in Chase Bank to submit their bids, with the aim of concluding the transaction by the end of September. Source:
  • Yesterday the court heard oral argument in two cases. The first was Turner v. United States, which involves the scope of the prosecution’s duty to disclose exculpatory evidence under the Brady rule in a 1984 Washington, D.C., murder case. Amy Howe analyzes the argument for this blog. Coverage comes from Robert Barnes and Keith Alexander […]
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