The agencies’ efforts to provide guidance both to themselves and the public at large is tremendously important.
Decisions to overhaul a law as important to the U.S. economy as the patent system should be made only after a careful, objective, and data-driven analysis.
The federal government will prevail in King, perhaps by a reasonably comfortable 6-3 margin.
State licensing boards were established to protect the public, but who is protecting the public from the boards?
The number of Americans imprisoned for drug offenses has jumped from 41,000 in 1980 to half a million in 2011.
Our youth justice system still subjects children and teens to physical, sexual, and emotional abuse on an appallingly regular basis.
Risk-needs assessments are developed common criteria for a judge to use in making determinations about a defendant’s risk level.
Republicans attempt to use the courts to further their anti-Obama political agenda, while simultaneously railing against politicization of the courts.
States may already be pushing for restrictive litigation reforms that have stalled at the federal level.
For the 4.5 million Americans currently insured through the federal Marketplace thanks to the ACA’s tax credits, the case is truly a matter of life and death.