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State & Individual : Revisiting Social Contract – New Delhi, India

Jus Dicere hosts State & Individual: Revisiting Social Contract on February 25, 2018. Since the beginning of human civilization, social contracts have helped structure how people and governments worked together. Societies are controlled by governments. This is the starting point … Continue reading

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Blog Post: Employment Group Of The Year: King & Spalding

In 2017, King & Spalding LLP helped secure a settlement for Bass Pro in an EEOC systemic discrimination suit, win a Sixth Circuit appeal for Meritor in retiree health benefits litigation and defend Peabody Energy from an ERISA stock drop … Continue reading

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South Carolina’s Dram Shop & Social Host Laws for Alcohol-Related Accidents

Lawyers in Charleston, SC – Futeral and Nelson, LLC In South Carolina, an injured person can file a personal injury claim against a drunk driver in civil court. However, what happens under South Carolina law to the bar, the tavern, … Continue reading

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Engel on Behavioral Law & Economics

Christoph Engel (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods) has posted The Proper Scope of Behavioral Law and Economics on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Behavioral law and economics applies the conceptual tools of behavioral economics to the analysis of legal … Continue reading

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Wilkinson on Public Law & the Autonomy of the Political

Michael A. Wilkinson (London School of Economics – Law Department) has posted  Public Law and the Autonomy of the Political: A Material Critique (Forthcoming in M. Wilkinson and M. Dowdle (eds.) Questioning the Foundations of Public Law (Hart Publishing)) on SSRN.  Here … Continue reading

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