Qualified Immunity or Unlimited Impunity: Murder of George Floyd Demands Gutting the Doctrine of Qualified Immunity for Law Enforcement

Written by Evan Pfeifer The murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, by a white police officer captured on cellphone video, which has led to protests nationwide, is the latest… Read more »

SDNY Dismisses Challenge to New York’s Zero Emission Credit Nuclear Subsidy Program

Written By Conor Tallet On July 25, 2017, District Judge Valerie Caproni, of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, dismissed a challenge to New York’s… Read more »

Supreme Court Finds Arkansas Statute Unconstitutional; Holds Both Same-Sex Parents’ Names Should Be On Child’s Birth Certificate

Photo via Arkansas Online Written by Joseph Railey ABSTRACT In a brief per curium opinion, the Supreme Court found Arkansas’ birth certificate statute to be unconstitutional because it treated same-sex… Read more »

Common Sense Prevails: SEC Disgorgement Damages are Deemed a Penalty

Written by: Mike Corelli Facts & Procedural History In 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) commenced an action against Charles Kokesh for violating federal securities laws by misappropriating funds…. Read more »