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Paper – Correcting Biases

Sunstein, Cass R., Algorithms, Correcting Biases (December 12, 2018). Forthcoming, Social Research. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3300171 “A great deal of theoretical work explores the possibility that algorithms may be biased in one or another respect. But for purposes of law … Continue reading

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Talking Trump and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment: Correcting the Record on Section 4

From the abstract for Joel K. Goldstein, Talking Trump and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment: Correcting the Record on Section 4, 21 Journal of Constitutional Law ___ (2018): The first year of the presidency of Donald J. Trump brought attention to Section … Continue reading

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The Nondelegation Doctrine — Correcting a Common Error

I just read yet another article asserting that the Supreme Court invoked the nondelegation doctrine to hold a federal statute unconstitutional only twice, in Panama Refining v. Ryan and Schechter Poultry. (Cass Sunstein's formulation, that the doctrine had one — … Continue reading

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Correcting errors made in determining an individual's retirement allowance even after benefits are awarded

Correcting errors made in determining an individual's retirement allowance even after benefits are awardedSmith v DiNapoli, 2018 NY Slip Op 08606, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentA one-time, 30-day overtime pay earned in the last year of a member's employment is excluded … Continue reading

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New on LLRX – Correcting The Legal Industry’s Bad Turn On Lean Thinking

Via LLRX – Correcting The Legal Industry’s Bad Turn On Lean Thinking – Ken Grady’s commentary focuses on the challenges to successfully operationalizing “lean” in the legal sector. He states – “to understand why lean thinking is struggling in the … Continue reading

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