Kavanaugh’s extra-judicial writing and speeches

We’ve collected extra-judicial writing, speeches and panel appearances of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. We may continue to update this post as we find additional materials. Articles and speech transcripts published in law reviews “Defense Presence and Participation: A Procedural Minimum for Batson v. Kentucky Hearings,” published in Volume 99 of the Yale Law Journal, 1989 “ ,” published in Volume 86 of the Georgetown Law Journal, 1997 “ ,” published in Volume 93 of the Minnesota Law Review, 2008 “War...
Tags: Fcc, Minnesota, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Washington Post, New York Times, Justice Department, Starr, Romeo, American Bar Association, Scalia, Harvard Law Review, THOMSON, William Rehnquist, Kavanaugh

Fallen police officer mourned, hunt still on for killer; Honolulu police to roll out body cameras next month; first wave of free wi-fi hotspots unveiled, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Bronson K. Kaliloa The Big Island mourned the loss of Officer Bronson K. Kaliloa Wednesday, only the fifth police officer to be killed in the line of duty on Hawaii island in the last 100 years. Star-Advertiser.Condolences to the family of fallen Puna patrol Officer Bronson Kaimana Kaliloa poured in Wednesday as word spread that the 10-year Hawaii Police Department veteran was shot and killed Tuesday night, allegedly by a man wanted on an arrest warrant. Tribune-Herald.Hawaii’s entire Big...
Tags: Travel, Law, South Dakota, Hawaii, House, Associated Press, Kilauea, Pacific Ocean, Pahoa, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Legislature, West Hawaii

Innovation Strategy

As part of World IP Day on April 26, 2018, the federal government announced a National IP Strategy to “help Canadian businesses, creators, entrepreneurs and innovators understand, protect and access intellectual property”. The strategy, led by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, has a number of initiatives, and $85 million in funding, which will be rolled out over the upcoming months and years. New resources, tools, opportunities and legal changes may be interest to man...
Tags: Law, Canada, Bia, Intellectual Property, Federal Court, Standard, CCAA, Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Competition Bureau, Standards Council of Canada, Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines, Innovation Science and Economic Development, Copyright Board

Oscar and Lemonade founders will join us at Disrupt SF to strategize about the future of insurance innovation

Insurance premiums total more than a trillion dollars in the U.S., and yet, where that money goes is something of a mystery. It certainly doesn’t seem to get invested in the consumer experience, where ancient incumbent companies still process paperwork as if it is the 1800s, and consumers are left wanting for new insurance options that meet their needs. Insurance might well be the last frontier for disruptive innovation, but now, a generation of insurance tech startups is bringing new data model...
Tags: TC, New York, Obamacare, Germany, Events, Insurance, Tech, Oscar, District Of Columbia, Lemonade, Schreiber, Harvard Business School, Shai Wininger, Mario Schlosser, Powermat, TechCrunch Disrupt NY

List of Fastcase 50 Legal Innovators for 2018

Fastcase, an American-based provider of electronic versions of U.S. primary law (cases, statutes, regulations, court rules, and constitutions), has unveiled its list of Fastcase 50 winners for the year 2018. “Created in 2011, each year the Fastcase 50 award honors a diverse group of lawyers, legal technologists, policymakers, judges, law librarians, bar association executives, and people from all walks of life. In many cases, honorees are well known, but in many others, the award recognizes p...
Tags: Technology, Law, Linkedin, Mills, Practice of Law: Future of Practice, Legal Information, Michael Mills, Simon Fodden

Friday round-up

Judge Brett Kavanaugh remains atop the slow-moving Supreme Court news cycle. Adam Liptak of The New York Times surveys 12 sets of evaluations spanning 700 pages from about 350 law students at Harvard, Yale and Georgetown and finds “almost only glowing praise for Judge Kavanaugh’s teaching.” Former Harvard students praise Kavanaugh in a letter at Boston Globe. Lorraine Woellert of Politico covers the refusal of New York Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other Democratic leaders to meet wit...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, California, Senate, Harvard, New York Times, Bill Cosby, Fox News, Associated Press, Illinois, Dianne Feinstein, George W Bush, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Pew Research Center, Kennedy

Best Reads for Casual Friday: Big Tech Businesses Gets Political

You’ve made it to Friday. Time to curl up in your cubicle, pop open one of these in-depth, entertaining reads, and catch up on some of what you missed during a busy week.This week we’re taking a look at all the political stories that are coming out of the tech world. And given the current political environment, there’s a cornucopia from which to choose. Enjoy.How to Combat China’s Rise in Tech: Federal Spending, Not Tariffs —The New York Times Make love, not tariffs. (Did I just repeat the NYT’...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Startups, Facebook, Uber, Twitter, Gender, Politics, Technology, Internet, Putin, Buzzfeed, Tweet, China, New York City, Trends

‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’: The Darkest Wizarding World Chapter Yet [Comic-Con 2018]

Warner Bros. Pictures kicked off their massive San Diego Comic-Con panel in Hall H by returning to the wizarding world with Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Not only did a new trailer play during the panel, but cast members Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogel, Alison Sudol, Ezra Miller, Zoe Kravitz, Claudia Kim, Callum Turner, and Jude Law were on hand. But it’s the special guest who popped up during the middle of the panel that really made waves and kinda creeped everyon...
Tags: New York, Movies, Law, Fantasy, Features, Sequels, Eddie Redmayne, San Diego, Harry-Potter, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Voldemort, Warner Brothers, Comic-Con

WIRTW #515 (the “Murica – part 2” edition)

  Thanks, Abe. Here's what I read this week: Discrimination Could forcing an employee to sign a last chance agreement lead to a retaliation claim? — via Eric Meyer's The Employer Handbook Blog It’s Not the Damages, It’s the Attorneys’ Fees — via Dan Schwartz's Connecticut Employment Law Blog How Managers, Coworkers, and HR Pressure Women to Stay Silent About Harassment — via Harvard Business Review Race Discrimination Based on More Than Color—“Jewish Blood” — via FisherBroyles Tech...
Tags: Law, Connecticut, Harvard Business Review, Aba, Eric Meyer, Kris Dunn, Donna Ballman, OSHA, Dan Schwartz, Eleventh Circuit, Jon Hyman, Walter Olson, Marc Alifanz, Dennis Westlind, FisherBroyles Technology Technology Plays, BlogNew York


Take a sneak peek at the Rothco Tactical Athletic Fit T-Shirt releasing this Fall 2018! Below you can see photos of the T-shirt along with all its features.  Features:  Athletic FitMoisture Wicking Performance Material Distressed US Flag Graphic 3" X 2" Loop Field With Embossed Rothco LogoSubscribe to the Camobloge [Author: Rothco NY]
Tags: Military, Rothco, Rothco NY, Tactical Gear, Performance Tshirt, Performance Wear, Tactical Shirt, Tactical Tshirt, Rothco Tactical Athletic Fit T Shirt

At the Reader's Café...

... you can read and write all night.(And think of using the old Althouse Portal to Amazon. I myself used Amazon today. I bought some vanilla extract. I put it in plain yogurt, along with some Sucradrops, to make a low-carb meal-dessert.) [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Amazon, Art, Law, Ann Althouse

President Trump's poll numbers have gone up in the days after the Putin summit.

That's from Real Clear Politics, "President Trump Job Approval." Click the image for a clearer, sharper version. Look at the dates and compare the same poll. The summit was on the 16th. Economist/YouGov took a poll for 3 days, including the summit day and the day after, and got a -8 spread, which isn't high, but if you look at its previous poll, the number was -9, so it was a 1-point improvement. The Reuters poll is partly after the summit, and the number is -12, up from -16. He's also rising in...
Tags: Law, Putin, Russia, Yougov, Polls, Trump, Gallup, Reuters, Executive Power, Ann Althouse, Trump and foreign policy

74 years after dying in battle, World War II soldier buried at Riverside National Cemetery

Relatives and brothers-in-arms gave a full military burial Friday, July 20, to a soldier who died trying to liberate Europe from Nazis before any of them were born. In the years since Staff Sgt. David Rosenkrantz was killed during World War II, generations of Rosenkrantzes have been born. And some have died, including four brothers who survived the war and were later buried at Riverside National Cemetery. Patriot Guard member Randy Nickel, right, holds the American flag as a hearse arrives ...
Tags: Europe, La, Department Of Defense, Sport, David, Soccer, Military, Tennessee, Netherlands, Army, Long Beach, Local News, Smith, Pearl Harbor, Monrovia, Sicily

Adverse Possession

The Florida Supreme Court has ordered an 18-month suspension rather than the referee's proposed one-year sit down. The misconduct involved the sale of his marital home after his divorce the family court ordered Marcellus and his ex-wife, Kellie Peterson Gudger,... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Florida Supreme Court, Marcellus, Legal Profession Prof, Bar Discipline & Process, Kellie Peterson Gudger

Book Review: Double Blind

The following review is a special for BlackFive readers provided by Elise Cooper. You can read all of our book reviews and author interviews by clicking on the Books category link in the right side bar. Double Blind by Iris and Roy Johansen is a heart stopping story. This series has a very original premise and this novel, in particular, has a killer that is unique. Blind from birth, the main character, Kendra Michaels, regained her sight at the age of twenty. Now she is able to use her extensive...
Tags: Fbi, Military, Iris, Lynch, Jessie, Kendra, Adam Lynch, Elise Cooper, Roy Johansen, Kendra Michaels, Johansens, Kendra He

Deconstructing The Defeat Of Ryan Bounds’s Ninth Circuit Nomination

The nominee was a victim of unfairly late objections by Senate Republicans, strategic missteps by Republican leadership, or both.
Tags: Politics, Law, Senate, Courts, Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell, Federal Judges, Donald Trump, Ninth Circuit, Tim Scott, Screw-Ups, Judicial Nominations, Judicial Nominees, Ryan Bounds, Ninth Circuit Nomination

Probate Court Procedure: How to Sell Real Property in Probate in Texas

My question involves estate proceedings in the state of:
Tags: Texas, Law, Estate Planning, Probate, Administration And Probate

"NINE members of the same family are among 17 killed in duck-boat tragedy, as survivors reveal how they were TRAPPED inside the boat as it sank and were 'sucked' under as they tried to swim away."

The Daily Mail reports.Family confirmed the death of grandmother Leslie Dennison, who had been on the boat with her 12-year-old granddaughter Alicia... [Alicia] said she could feel Leslie pushing her up as the boat filled with water. 'She said her grandmother saved her,' he told the paper....Harrowing footage taken by others on a different boat nearby showed their small vessel bobbing up and down in the water as water climbed up its sides. A severe storm warning was issued by local agencies at 6...
Tags: Death, Law, Daily Mail, Survival, Leslie, Ann Althouse, Grandparenting, Leslie Dennison, Alicia -LSB- Alicia -RSB

On Rick Sincere’s The Score podcast

I joined Rick Sincere on his podcast The Score for the Bearing Drift site (Virginia politics) for what turned out to be a two-part interview. You can listen to part 1 on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, and part 2 on why the Court is unlikely to overturn its Obergefell decision on same sex marriage. Tags: on TV and radio, same-sex marriage, Supreme Court On Rick Sincere’s The Score podcast is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
Tags: Same-sex Marriage, Supreme Court, Law, Virginia, Court, Uncategorized, on TV and radio, Brett Kavanaugh, Rick Sincere

Emancipation: Can You Get Emancipated from a Caregiver's Custody

My question involves a person located in the state of: Florida . I’m 16 years old, my life situation is really a bundle of confusion but to say the least my real biological parents are out of my life always have been in jail or somewhere i dont Know of. My mom who adopted me when i was Born who was actually my great aunt died of cancer in March 2015 and i was Left with her ex husband who was my father figure my whole life they were always very close. In a custody battle due to him not being abl...
Tags: Florida, Law, Juvenile Law

Denial & Appeals: My Claim and Appeal Were Denied

My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Colorado. I live in Boulder, CO. I had a job at a law firm in Denver. I was there for four years. The commute was one hour bus ride in each direction. It became too much for me. I was getting sick a lot and taking off too many sick days. I updated my resume online and about a week later I was contacted by a recruiter telling me she had an opening at a firm in Boulder, would I be interested? I said yes. I interviewed and got...
Tags: Law, Colorado, Boulder, Denver, Employment and Labor, Boulder CO

I Was Sitting In My Cubicle Today — See Also

AND I REALIZED, EVER SINCE I STARTED WORKING: 5 On-Campus Interview Fails And 5 OCI Tips For Law Students This Summer EVERY SINGLE DAY OF MY LIFE HAS BEEN WORSE THAN THE DAY BEFORE IT: Dear Federalist Society, Here’s A Thought On This Ryan Bounds Thing SO THAT MEANS THAT EVERY SINGLE DAY THAT YOU SEE ME, THAT'S ON THE WORST DAY OF MY LIFE: Michael Cohen Recorded Trump Talking About Hush Money To Playboy Model WHAT ABOUT TODAY? IS TODAY THE WORST DAY OF YOUR LIFE? Law School Graduate Is First ...
Tags: Law, Great Britain, Michael Cohen, OCI, See Also, Darth McConnell

Indonesia girl jailed for abortion after being raped by brother

15-year-old sentenced to six months for terminating pregnancy after six-week limitA 15-year-old Indonesian girl who was raped by her older brother has been jailed for six months for having an abortion, an official said on Saturday.The girl was sentenced on Thursday alongside her 17-year-old brother in a closed hearing at Muara Bulian district court on the island of Sumatra, the court spokesman Listyo Arif Budiman said. Continue reading...
Tags: Law, Indonesia, Society, World news, Asia Pacific, Sumatra, Rape and sexual assault, Muara Bulian, Listyo Arif Budiman

Traffic Court Issues: CHP and TR-235

My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: CA Does CHP "centralize" TR-235 submissions to a single location? Or is each one sent to each cop's field office?
Tags: Law, CHP, Moving Violations, Parking And Traffic Tickets

I'm trying to understand "Why [Maggie Haberman] Needed to Pull Back From Twitter."

Much of this column, by Haberman at the NYT, is what you always read about social media: some mean and trollish things are said. But that's been true all along, so it doesn't explain why Maggie Haberman needed to get out of a place where she'd been writing for a long time. I'm slogging through the generic critique of Twitter, looking for the specific.Haberman's announcement that she was taking a "break" from Twitter came last Sunday, and her new column begins, "I woke up last Sunday morning feel...
Tags: Twitter, Law, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Journalism, Blogging, Trump, Donald J Trump, Maggie Haberman, Haberman, Ann Althouse, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Trump and the press

Discrimination: Intentional Landlord Harassment Amounting to Criminal Misconduct

My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: Ohio What are the available criminal statutes in Ohio that can be brought against a landlord who harasses, tortures, intimidates, seizes, obstructs, a tenant so severely that they are deprived of conditions suitable for gainful employment and are unable to pursue their interests in life, liberty, property? My landlord is clearly breaching criminal statutes on stalking, abduction, retaliation (18 U.S. Code § 1513) tampering with a victim...
Tags: Law, Ohio, Landlord-Tenant Law, Judy, Harvey Wienstein

Sci-Fi & Information Law: Essay Competition

The University of Amsterdam’s Institute for Information Law recently announced its essay competition: “Science Fiction and Information Law.” Authors in both ‘genres’ dedicate a considerable share of their time speculating about how [new] technologies may evolve. Most importantly, science fiction authors, as well as information law scholars, ponder what the implications will be for society, markets and the values that we cherish and seek to protect. . . . We welcome essays that reflect on our po...
Tags: Law, Amsterdam, Patent

“Dan Markel’s parents hoping for more arrests four years after his murder”

“Dan Markel’s parents hoping for more arrests four years after his murder”: Karl Etters of The Tallahassee Democrat has this report.
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Tallahassee, Karl Etters, Dan Markel

“Trump Nominee Retreat Foreshadows Kavanaugh Document Fight”

“Trump Nominee Retreat Foreshadows Kavanaugh Document Fight”: Steven T. Dennis and Laura Litvan of Bloomberg News have this report.
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Bloomberg News, Laura Litvan, Steven T Dennis