Tag Archives: Immunity

Immunity of Members of the European Parliament: Joined Cases C-200/07 and C-201/07

Heres a rather curious but interesting case dealing with the immunity from suit of Members of the European Parliament. The Court of Justice held in Joined Cases C-200/07 and C-201/07 Marra v. De Gregorio and Clemente that in principle Members… … Continue reading

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Trump's financial gatekeeper granted immunity in Michael Cohen probe

“Alan knows everything and anything about all the financials,” a former Trump Organization employee told The Washington Post. “He knows every dollar that goes in and every dollar that leaves. He knows where all the bodies are buried.” via nypost.com … Continue reading

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The Extent of State University’s Immunity from Local Governance

Montclair State University has spent the last decade or so trying to obtain approval from the County of Passaic and the City of Clifton to construct a roadway which would intersect with a county road. Both the County and the … Continue reading

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Check it Out: Notre Dame Law Review's Symposium on Qualified Immunity

Check out the Notre Dame Law Review's symposium issue, The Future of Qualified Immunity. Read more detail on Recent Constitutional Law posts –

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Schwartz on Qualified Immunity & Decisions Not to Sue Police

Joanna C. Schwartz (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) – School of Law) has posted Qualified Immunity Selection Effects on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Available evidence suggests that only 1% of people who believe they have been wronged by the police … Continue reading

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