Tag Archives: Path

The Easy Path to Firing Mueller

The easiest way for President Donald Trump to fire special counsel Robert Mueller is to begin by firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The U.S. Department of Justice regulation that governs special counsel Mueller allows him to be fired only … Continue reading

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Getting PAID – A New Path for Employers to Address Federal Wage and Hour Violations

It is a dilemma that many employers have faced. You discover that your company violated federal law on minimum wage or overtime payments. You want to fix the problem, but you do not know how to do so without prompting … Continue reading

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Oh, So Everybody’s a Legal Expert Now: Minnesota v. Diamond, Microsoft Ireland, and User-Hostile Path Dependence in the Law

On January 17, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its opinion in State v. Diamond. It affirmed the appellate court’s holding that compelling a defendant to provide a fingerprint to unlock a seized cellphone (for which police had a warrant) did … Continue reading

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Board of Regents Announces Expanded Diploma Path for Students with Disabilities

  By Marion M. Walsh, Esq., and Sandi Rosenbaum, Special Education Advocate On Monday, December 11, 2017, the New York State Board of Regents announced that they are expanding the Safety Net Option for students with disabilities to earn a … Continue reading

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The Post Office, Privatization, and Path Dependence

By Mike Dorf In my latest Verdict column, I explore the causes of the recent financial woes of the US Post Office and what ought to be done about the problem. Among the possibilities I consider is privatization, which, as … Continue reading

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