Tort law is the only meaningful system of law we have for resolving the type of issue reparations seeks to resolve, and it is categorically, legally, logically, and morally improper for addressing reparations.
Disgraced Trump investigator Peter Strzok probably won’t get tossed out of court right away. But once litigation proceeds, Strzok’s claims will be on shaky grounds.
On Friday, a federal judge in Kentucky tossed Nicholas Sandmann’s defamation case against the Washington Post. Here’s why Sandmann is likely to win on appeal.
The constitutional principle at stake in this suit involves the power of the federal government to force people to purchase qualifying health insurance.
The question remains: Can cops still take your stuff even if you haven’t been convicted of a crime? What if it doesn’t constitute an excessive fine?
But for some reason, government officials get away with negligence, flip-flopping, and pussyfooting around the ever-growing issue.
Today the ACLU appears before a Barack Obama appointee for a nationwide injunction against new asylum regulations directed at the caravan coming from Central America.
Very few lawsuits against opioid makers were brought by victims or their families. Instead, they are being filed by cities, state’s attorneys general, and even Native American tribal councils.
Federal judge Amit P. Mehta rejected the government’s claim that responding to BuzzFeed’s discovery request ‘would compromise sensitive law enforcement interests.’
Chicago’s ‘sanctuary’ cities case offers an important opportunity to challenge a dangerous practice of relatively recent advent: granting a nationwide injunction in a local dispute.
For moral reasons, individuals and organizations have sought for years to avoid funding contraceptives. Now states are suing so they also don’t have to pay for contraceptives.
A program that once embraced difficulty—even danger—has traded its soul for happy helicopter parents and freedom from liability.
The judges telegraphed pretty clearly their view that the government could force Harris Funeral Homes to allow Anthony Stevens to present as a woman at work.
The Mets announced they will extend field nets to the camera wells beyond the dugouts. That will both shield far more spectators while reducing the value of many more seats.
An umpire would (or should) throw Cork’s case out. Like it or not, the rule of law demands that President Trump and his organization be treated like all others that are similarly situated.
The real danger in foreign policy is not people playing diplomat, but plaintiffs dragging the courts into their personal issues with foreign governments.
The media’s case against Peter Thiel’s third-party fight with Gawker is unconvincing— especially when we consider who’s making the arguments.
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