Skipping school, running away from home, violating curfew. These are the “crimes” that incarcerate thousands of children every year in the United States.
In an April 18, 2014 op-ed, “Congress must rein in frivolous lawsuits”, the author inaccurately likens the legitimate enforcement of patent rights by companies like The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) to the actions taken by so-called “...
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent thumbs-down ruling on restitution for child pornography victims (Paroline v. U.S), the challenge of how to raise the stakes for child sexual exploitation is back in Congress’ hands again.
Sudan has been designated a “state sponsor of terrorism” since 1993, and it provided support to the 9/11 hijackers.
In three words — "federal consent decree"--an antiquated legal ruling from 1941 is destroying the music business and will continue to have a chilling effect on one of America's most creative and beloved industries.
It really should be...
The Roberts Court is continuing to dismantle the campaign finance system even though the consequences of Citizens United are clear.
What does campaign finance law have to do with proxy season? The answer: disclosure.
Patent law, when correctly applied, protects the intellectual property of small, entrepreneurial businesses.
Unfortunately, our system fails to incentivize victim compensation.
Does the Constitution protect congressional staff caught in the crossfire when Congress investigates the Executive Branch? The short answer is yes − depending on the circumstances.
Here are the background facts. ...