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Zoldan on the Independence of the Federal Judiciary from Congress

Evan C. Zoldan (University of Toledo College of Law) has posted Is the Federal Judiciary Independent of Congress? (Stanford Law Review Online (2018 Forthcoming)) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Can Congress command a federal court to rule in favor of a … Continue reading

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Iran slams US sanctions on judiciary chief Larijani – CNNPolitics

The sanctioning of Larijani, the most prominent of the US targets, could have "serious political impact inside Iran," a senior Trump administration official predicted Friday. Senior administration officials said Larijani has overseen the sentencing and execution of juveniles in Tehran. … Continue reading

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The Healthy Respect Between Judiciary and Executive

As we enter 2018, we begin the new year with a new Chief Justice, and an opportunity to reflect on the Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin’s 17 years in this role. A well-experienced jurist, who has been on the bench since … Continue reading

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Interim Judiciary Committees meeting in Illinois and Pennsylvania

This is going to be a very active week for interim judiciary committees. Today, October 24, the Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee looks at venue in personal injury actions (HB 1552) while tomorrow it will vote on HB 1552 as well … Continue reading

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Employee Alleges New Jersey Judiciary Failed to Accommodate His Disability

In two previous articles, I discussed the case of Thomas Bowers, an Information Technology Analyst who successfully appealed his race discrimination claim and his retaliation claim against the New Jersey Judiciary. Mr. Bowers was also successful on his appeal of … Continue reading

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