Tag Archives: Surprise

Immigration Article of the Day: Pereira v. Sessions: A Jurisdictional Surprise for Immigration Courts by Kit Johnson

Pereira v. Sessions: A Jurisdictional Surprise for Immigration Courts by Kit Johnson, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 50, 2018 Abstract On June 21, 2, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a bombshell opinion regarding immigration court procedure: Pereira v. Sessions…. … Continue reading

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Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company Tax Surprise

April 13, 2018 – The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” presumably did not factor into a San Francisco jury’s decision last week to award Dewayne Johnson $289.2 million in his lawsuit against Monsanto Company, et al. His case is potentially … Continue reading

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Don’t Let a Subpoena Take You by Surprise

Summary: This article will discuss how a professional, especially an accountant, should respond when receiving a subpoena to produce documents and/or appear for a deposition. Many professionals, especially those in the accounting field, have received a subpoena to produce documents … Continue reading

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Just the Facts Originalism: No Surprise Here

By Eric Segall Professor Larry Solum just posted an article on SSRN titled “Surprising Originalism.” On Twitter, Solum invited comments. Here are mine.           In this piece, which was the basis of a lecture at the University of … Continue reading

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Surprise Surrogacy

From providr: One womb, two babies, and two sets of genetic parents? Meet Jessica Allen, a surrogate mother who was given the shocking news that not only had she given birth to a child for a couple who turned to… … Continue reading

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