I have been away from the office and the blogosphere the last few days. However, I see in my absence a debate has been sparked by an intriguing post placed by my learned colleague, Barbara Jones. (“The Clarence Thomas Interview: ...Read More »
As Minnesota prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary next year, the courts are considering getting in the action with the establishment of the first-ever Minnesota Supreme Court Historical Society. More than 20 states already have such a society, which serves ...
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I was poking through the U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions from its recently concluded term and a couple of things caught my eye. One opinion I found a little amusing was KSR International Co. v. Teleflex Inc., et al., where it ...Read More »