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A New Constitution for Cuba–Principles and Reform (Visión hacia el presente y el futuro de la Patria Aspectos principales del Anteproyecto de Constitución)

.The current version of the Cuban Constitution was adopted in 1976 (the first after the 1959 Revolution) and last amended in 2002 (effective the next year). It is a constitution drafted in the fashion of the old Soviet constitutions of … Continue reading

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Samahon on the Meaning of "Power" in the United States Constitution

Tuan Samahon (Villanova University – School of Law) has posted Characterizing Power for Separation-of-Powers Purposes (University of Richmond Law Review, Vol. 52, 2018) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: The U.S. Constitution parcels "legislative," "executive," and "judicial" powers among the separate branches … Continue reading

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Review of “The Heart of the Constitution”

From The Claremont Review of Books Read more detail on Recent Technology posts –

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Why Congress Matters: The Collective Congress in the Structural Constitution

Rao, Neomi, Why Congress Matters: The Collective Congress in the Structural Constitution (February 15, 2018). Florida Law Review, Vol. 70, No. 1, 2018. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3124493 “Congress currently operates in the shadow of the administrative state. This Article provides … Continue reading

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Statute v. Constitution as IP Limiting Doctrine

In his forthcoming article, "Paths or Fences: Patents, Copyrights, and the Constitution," Derek Bambauer (Arizona), notices (and provides some data to support) a discrepancy in how boundary and limiting issues are handled in patent and copyright. He notes that, for … Continue reading

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