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Paul Manafort And the Reach of Double Jeopard

Former President Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort recently received relatively light prison sentences for two federal convictions, far below the federal sentencing guidelines, in two U.S. District Courts—one in the Northern District of Virginia and the other in the District … Continue reading

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Paul Rubin’s new book: The Capitalism Paradox: How Cooperation Enables Free Market Competition

Longtime TOTM blogger, Paul Rubin, has a new book now available for preorder on Amazon. The book’s description reads: In spite of its numerous obvious failures, many presidential candidates and voters are in favor of a socialist system for the … Continue reading

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PAUL RAHE ON the Tenth Circuit and breasts.

PAUL RAHE ON the Tenth Circuit and breasts. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Fix health care? Mayos on the case (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)

ROCHESTER For more than 100 years, the Mayo Clinic has treated U.S. presidents and Minnesota farmers alike. Now it wants to cure the sickest patient of all: American health care. Mayo leaders have been crisscrossing the country in recent months, … Continue reading

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Is 2019 the Year Clarity Returns to Section 101? Judge Paul Michel Is Hopeful

For almost ten years, U.S. patent law has experienced extraordinary confusion and uncertainty about what types of inventions and discoveries are patent eligible. The U.S. system changed from offering strong protection for novel and nonobvious inventions to questioning whether groundbreaking … Continue reading

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