We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.
Results 1 to 5 of 175
Most popular |Most recent

Bonus Episode: Interview with Professor Mary Bilder

USA - August 13 2018 In this bonus episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Professor Mary Bilder, the author of Madison’s Hand: Revising the Constitutional...

Jonathan H. Hatch.

Court Affirms Drug Conviction Notwithstanding Post-Trial E-mail from Juror Raising “Several Concerns”

USA - August 13 2018 In United States v. Baker, the Court (Livingston, Chin, C.J.J., Koeltl, D.J.) affirmed the conviction of Raymond Baker, who after a jury trial in the...

Jason Vitullo.

Week 10, Part 2: Don’t Forget Who Got You This Far

USA - August 9 2018 Morris tries to save the country from aristocracy through aristocracy. Pinckney takes things too far on behalf of the 1. Conflicting principles and...

Jonathan H. Hatch, Michael Fresco.

Week 10, Part 1: Always Sweat the Details

USA - August 7 2018 The delegates gradually return from recess, though New Jersey takes its time crossing the river. The Committee of Detail takes some liberties in...

Jonathan H. Hatch, Andrew L. Kincaid.

Second Circuit’s Lambus Decision Analyzes the Admissibility of Wiretap and GPS Evidence

USA - August 2 2018 On July 25, 2018, in United States v. Lambus, No. 16-4296 (Kearse, Livingston, Jeffrey Meyer, D.J.), the Second Circuit issued a lengthy decision...

Stephanie Teplin.