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NJ Becomes Tenth State to Mandate Paid Sick Leave

Today, as expected, Governor Murphy signed into law the Paid Sick Leave Act.  The Paid Sick Leave law is effective October 29, 2018. The Law requires all New Jersey employers, regardless of size, to provide up to 40 hours of … Continue reading

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Tenth Anniversary of the Rare Books Blog

The Yale Law Library Rare Books Blog marks its tenth anniversary this week. The first post was on a presentation to Professor James Whitman’s “Western Legal Traditions” class. Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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Tenth Circuit Takes Expansive View of the Definition of the Term “Mining,” Holding Wind Farm Project Needs Permit Prior to Commencement of Excavation in Tribal Mineral Estate

United States of America v. Osage Wind, LLC et al., 871 F.3d 1078 2017 WL 4109940 (10th Cir. Sept. 18, 2017). Causing heartburn for project applicants developing on tribal land, the Tenth Circuit reversed the District Court for the Northern District … Continue reading

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What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law: The Tenth Amendment and "Sanctuary Cities"

The latest episode of What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law focuses on the Tenth Amendment. "The Tenth Amendment limits the federal government’s control over the states, but the interpretation of that limit is always shifting." Of course, the… … Continue reading

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Post-Iqbal Supervisory Liability in the Third and Tenth Circuits

Background My very first post, on August 19, 2009, dealt with the implications for supervisory liability of Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 129 S. Ct. 1937 (2009). This was followed by my post on October 16, 2009, setting out my view that … Continue reading

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