Tag Archives: Movement

The Future Looks Bright for the Right-to-Work Movement

Thomas Jefferson famously said that it is “sinful and tyrannical” for government “to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors.” That principle is consistent with the guarantees of freedom … Continue reading

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How the #MeToo movement intersects with sex trafficking

During her ABA presidency in 2012-13, Laurel Bellows made combating human trafficking her top priority. “Our legal system unwittingly turns a blind eye to a phenomenon that feeds on violence, deception, and secrecy,” she said at the time. Bellows also … Continue reading

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Daniel & van der Woude on the Law & Society Movement

Blocq Daniel (Leiden University – Leiden Law School) & Maartje van der Woude (Leiden Law School – Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology) have posted Making Sense of the Law and Society Movement (Erasmus Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2018) on … Continue reading

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Free movement of Goods, Motorcycle Trailers, Product Use and Road Safety: Case C-110/05

Heres a judgment thats important not for what it decides but for what it does not decide. It is the judgment of the Court of Justice in Case C-110/05 Commission v. Italy and concerns the free movement of goods. The… … Continue reading

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Internet Sales, DVDs, Censorship and the Free Movement of Goods: Case C-244/06

Heres a neat judgment of the Court of Justice on the free movement of goods. The case concerns the censorship and classification of videos and DVDs sold by mail order and over the internet. The judgment is a neat one… … Continue reading

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