Recent Articles from Marshall H. Tanick
JFK’s assassination, like the events of Jan. 6 and 9/11, had a huge impact on this country and the world and generated a number of federal and state court cases in Minnesota and within the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, along with other Minnesota connections. Here’s a look at a few of them.
The 160th anniversary of his inimitable Gettysburg Address provides an opportune occasion to review both his role in Minnesota and its impact on him.
The term “weaponization” has become a well-known phrase. After languishing for years in the bowels of lexigraphy, it has become bandied around in many sectors.
A couple of concurrent cases decided by the Minnesota Court of Appeals this fall reflect the reality that appeals by criminal defendants to undo their guilty pleas are almost inevitably rejected.
The recent uptick of COVID was a stark reminder that the affliction still exists. So, too, are COVID-related cases, including ones concerning refusals by employees to follow company vaccination policies.
There is nothing that attracts the attention of attorneys more than lawsuits involving attorney fees. Six of them were decided this summer.
Another 40th anniversary of a landmark legal case from Minnesota occurred this week: the decision of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the freedom of expression right of the student newspaper at the University of Minnesota.
Minnesotans will join most of the rest of this nation on Monday in commemorating the holiday whose very name is steeped in controversy — and litigation.
Since the pandemic has ended, the U.S. Supreme Court's changes represent the latest in the protocols in oral arguments, a feature that warrants attention as the new term gets underway.
A recent state court ruling recalls a ground-breaking case from nearly a decade ago that centered on the role of cellphones in prohibiting their warrantless search and seizure by law enforcement authorities.
Reproductive rights supporters are now placing their hopes on the U.S. Supreme Court for preserving continued access to the abortion pill mifepristone as the high court ponders what to do about it.
The start of the school year provides a good time to review charter school cases, including two decided earlier this year, in the context of the development and growth of the charter school movement in this state.
- Federal court rules brokerage firm breached 1994 contract
- Court denies revocation of adoption
- UnitedHealth suit alleges faulty AI led to denied claims
- Judge asked to block part of a North Dakota abortion law
- Court dismisses bias, retaliation lawsuit
- Joint-employer rule set to roil workplace — once again
- 8th Circuit rules private plaintiffs can’t sue under Voting Rights Act
- Commentary: Right-to-repair fight centers on data transmitted by newer cars
- Quandaries & Quagmires: Risky business and tips for managing the risk
- Perspectives: JFK assassination: 60 years of litigation here
- Perspectives: Lincoln’s memorable address recalls impact here
- The Unfrazzled Lawyer: Five benefits of becoming an unfrazzled lawyer