Imagine a world of perfect justice where disputes disappear and lawyers are unnecessary. Would it be a utopia, or a dystopia?
What’s the number one book about American politics, the Federalist Papers, or Democracy In America?
Bostock shows that Strict Textualism fails to deliver on its central promise of providing an objective, determinate, non-political basis for deciding hard cases.
The court emphasized that it is up to each voter to decide whether to apply to vote by mail based on a disability, and that county clerks have no duty to look beyond the face of the application.
A Texas non-compete litigator points out the biggest problems with the way non-competes work in practice.
“Hearsay” has been in the news a lot lately. But what is hearsay? And what does it have to do with “direct knowledge”?
Can a show about nothing teach us something about workplace conduct between the sexes?
What can the Mueller report teach lawyers about making recommendations to clients?
Proposed legislation would limit the Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA) to its stated purpose of protecting constitutional rights, and would exempt non-compete suits.
What can we learn from the emails and text messages in the Roger Stone indictment?