Tag Archives: Beyond

Can Health Regulation Move Beyond Markets?

In March 2019, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) celebrated its ninth anniversary. When President Barack H. Obama signed the ACA into law, few people could have imagined that Democrats would now be debating whether “Medicare for all” … Continue reading

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Patent Infringement Does Not Required Detailed Factual Pleadings Beyond Identification of Patent & Accused Products

Cascades AV LLC v. Evertz Microsystems Ltd., No. 17 C 7881, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. Jan. 11, 2019) (Durkin, J.). Judge Durkin denied defendants’ Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss plaintiff’s patent infrignement claims in this patent case … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] Beyond the First Amendment: Anti-Libel Injunctions and Prosecutorial Discretion

[I'm continuing to serialize my forthcoming Penn Law Review article on Anti-Libel Injunctions.] I've argued that criminal contempt prosecutions for violating anti-libel injunctions are similar to criminal libel prosecutions. But they are missing one important feature of most prosecutions—the normal … Continue reading

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CoParenting After Separation and Beyond

You and your spouse have decided to separate and set the date for the move. Now what? You’ve seen couples start this process with the best of intentions, only to find themselves derailed and fighting even more fiercely than before … Continue reading

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Immigration Simulations: Looking Beyond Traditional Casebooks in Teaching Immigration Law

Guest Post by Immprof Regina Jefferies: Despite the whiplash-inducing speed, frequency, and breadth of changes to immigration law over the last two years, administrative policy moves, field office procedural and substantive idiosyncrasies, the complex relationship between state and Federal authority,… … Continue reading

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