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Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and Sage Publications are suing Georgia State University, contending that the school is violating copyright laws by...
Professor Listokin recently posted a new paper entitled "Does Shareholder Voting Maximize Stock Market Value."  Here is the abstract: "This paper examines the relation...
One of the great early American examples of a lawyer ensuring that unpopular defendants got a fair trial, even defendants with whom the lawyer may have disagreed took place...
 Sometimes the Internet feels slow and there has been a lot of scary press recently about it slowing down further as it gets more congested.  Well, maybe we don't have to...
 Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution renounces war and prohibits Japan from maintaining the potential to make war.  Over the past few years, the very popular provision has...
 Parliament is debating a new counter-terrorism bill, it had it's second reading on the 1st.  The main elements of the bill are: "  a provision to allow the pre-charge...
The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday released a declassified 2003 memo justifying the use of harsh interrogation methods for suspected terrorists held abroad.  A copy of...
 A new report from the Law Library of Congress has been posted.  The report covers and references both international treaty obligations and domestic legislation.  
 Today, the House of Lords released a report on the economic impact of immigration in the UK.  Does it have anything to say to the US?  The EU?  Read it and you decide.
OMB Watch has created a Regulatory Resource Center Website, intended to educate users on the regulatory process and teach citizens how to comment on federal regulations using...

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