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  • ShareSeventy years ago, New York and New Jersey teamed up to fight corruption at the docks serving New York Harbor. Using an interstate compact, they created a waterfront commission with police power. That commission sharply reduced the influence of organized crime on both sides of the Hudson River, but New Jersey now wants to pull […]
  • The Power Of The ‘White Panther’ Has Been Stripped Away: Disgruntled Howard Law student sues school for discrimination. New Law School Rankings Are Out! Where did your law school land? The Best Defense To False Imprisonment? Being The Judge: Not sure if the handcuffs or the compliment is the creepiest part. Some Pass The Bar, […]
  • The Fifth Circuit’s controversial decision will be reviewed. The post The Supreme Court Takes On CFPB Funding Case appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • The gloves come off in this complaint. The post Attorney Accused Of ‘Quiet Quitting’ In Lawsuit Files Countersuit Alleging Discrimination appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • Dude could have at least waited until March. The post ‘Ally’ Sues Howard Law For $2M During Black History Month, Alleging Racial Discrimination appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • Which law schools are in the T14 in this alternative ranking? The post Brand New Ranking Switches Up The Top Law Schools In The Country appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • The regulatory decision comes too late for the diagnostics developer, which has filed for bankruptcy protection. The post FDA Authorizes First COVID-19 And Flu Test, But Its Maker Files For Bankruptcy appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • ShareThe Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a major case involving funding for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was formed in response to the 2008 financial crisis. A federal appeals court ruled in October that the funding mechanism for the CFPB violates the Constitution, but the Biden administration, which had asked the […]
  • ShareEach weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Monday morning read: The Supreme Court Actually Understands the Internet (Kaitlyn Tiffany, The Atlantic) Supreme Court student loan case: The arguments explained (Jessica Gresko, Associated Press) Student-Loan Forgiveness Case at Supreme Court Hinges […]
  • You Can’t Just “Oops” The Bad Stuff Away: Google gets sued by the DOJ for deleting documents. Smoking On Top 5s: Get a look at the new (prospective) U.S. News rankings! A Securities Fraud By Any Other Name: Turns out emojis don’t protect you from legal liability. A Word To The Stressed — Help Is […]
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