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Jun 3, 2020 10:45 PM ET

Audio of Federalist Society Teleforum on Whether Enterprises Closed by Coronavirus Shutdown Orders are Entitled to Compensation under the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - On May 15, the Federalist Society held a teleforum on the question of whether businesses and other entities shuttered by coronavirus shutdown orders are entitled to compensation under the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment. I debated Prof. F.E. (Enrique) Guerra-Pujol of the University of Central Florida College of Business. Prominent takings lawyer Robert Thomas moderated. Audio of the event is now available here. In my view, most such shutdowns do not. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:40 PM ET

California Congressman Ro Khanna Calls for “Fairness Doctrine for the Internet”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Silicon Valley congressman weighs in on Silicon Valley CEO: "The decisions of speech on the internet should not be left to billionaire tech leaders, no matter what their intentions," Silicon Valley Rep. Ro Khanna said Monday, referring to Zuckerberg's decision to leave Trump's inflammatory social media posts alone. "We need a fairness doctrine for the internet in the 21st century. The FCC should make sure that aggrieved parties have the right to reply and that. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:35 PM ET

“When There’s an Unarmed Person Coming at Them with a Knife or Something, You Shoot Them in the Leg”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - "Instead of standing there and teaching a cop, when there's an unarmed person coming at them with a knife or something, you shoot them in the leg instead of in the heart is a very different thing. There's a lot of different things that could change," Biden said in a meeting with community leaders at Bethel AME Church in Wilmington, Del. I don't fault Biden much for the "unarmed person. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:30 PM ET

Virtual Conference on Covid-19 & the Law

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - On June 11 & 12, the Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies will be hosting a virtual conference on "Covid-19 & the Law." The various panels, each of which will be presented as a stand-alone webinar, cover a range of topics, including federalism, civil liberties, executive powers, public vs. private decisionmaking, and the 2020 elections. There is a keynote speech by Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Speakers. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:25 PM ET

Does Global Trade Policy Discriminate Against Low-Carbon Industries?

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Some environmentalists would like to use trade policy to discourage environmentally harmful production, such as by imposing tariffs based upon the carbon intensity of goods. The assumption seems to be that existing trade rules are environmentally "neutral." But what if that assumption is wrong? A new study by economist Joseph Shapiro of the University of California at Berkeley, "The Environmental Bias of Trade Policy," suggests that existing trade policy is actually biased. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:20 PM ET

Some Lessons from a Washington Post Graphic on Police Shootings

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - It's no secret to readers of the Volokh Conspiracy, nor to readers of our host site Reason.com, that the American criminal justice is in dire need of reform. Police are generally unaccountable for misbehavior (which, among other things allows a small number of sociopaths to consistently engage in excessive force), militarization of local police forces creates opportunities for excessive use of force, no-knock raids create all sorts of problems leading. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:15 PM ET

Another Way to Think About South Bay: Why Allow Protest, But Not Prayer?

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Earlier today, I blogged about Corona-cases that were mooted while Supreme Court review was pending. Towards the end of the post, I offered another way to think about South Bay United Pentecostal Church. (I wrote about that case here and here). First, the Court approached that case with the wrong frame. It is a mistake to simply assess how "comparable" businesses are treated. This method reminds me of a routine feature of employment law. For example,. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:10 PM ET

Who will write the remaining major Supreme Court decisions?

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - The Supreme Court generally gives each Justice roughly the same number of majority opinions. For example, in a given sitting (roughly a month), the Court may hear nine cases. Each Justice would be assigned one majority opinion. If there are more than nine cases in a sitting, invariably some Justices will get multiple assignments. This practice allows us to use the process of elimination to guess who will write the majority opinion. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:05 PM ET

What Happened to the Public Health Emergency?

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Remember when all the politicians and talking heads were telling us we had to listen to the allegedly unanimous opinion of public health experts that nothing, literally NOTHING, was more important that social distancing to prevent the spread of Coronavirus? And that anyone who raised objections to the scope or persistence of lockdowns was a misanthropic, anti-science troglodyte. That was yesterday. Today, protesting against racism is more important. I agree. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 10:00 PM ET

Two New Podcast Interviews About My New Book “Free to Move”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - I recently did two new podcast interviews about my new book Free to Move: Foot Voting, Migration, and Political Freedom. Audio of both is now available online, for free. Here is a link to my interview with Vanderbilt philosophy Professor Robert Talisse, for the New Books Network podcast series. Talisse is the author of Overdoing Democracy, an excellent new book on democratic theory that takes a somewhat different position from the one I advocate. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 8:30 PM ET

With Nothing Better To Do, Alabama AG Sues City For Removing Confederate Statue

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - While most attorneys general occupy their days investigating consumer fraud or bringing charges against violent cops, in Alabama those are considered features rather than bugs, so the AG’s office occupies its time squandering public tax dollars trying to ban abortion and trying to strip citizens of health insurance. It’s less a public watchdog than an expensive press release mill for conservative virtue signaling, but wouldn’t you rather pay for FedSoc fan fiction than drinkable water? But while. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 8:25 PM ET

Judge Accused Of A 20-Year Spree Of Sexual Harassment Removed From The Bench

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Jeffrey Johnson’s alleged 20-year reign of sexual harassment from his seat upon California’s District Court of Appeal has come to an end. Yesterday, the Commission on Judicial Performance ordered him removed from office. The complaint against Johnson detailed 62 allegations of misconduct. He’s alleged to have groped a fellow judge, commented on the rear end of another, made sexual advances to multiple police officers assigned to work with him over the years, and. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 8:10 PM ET

“Facebook Employees Stage Virtual Walkout to Protest Trump Posts”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Hundreds of Facebook employees, in rare public criticism on Monday of their own company, protested executives’ decision not to do anything about inflammatory posts that President Trump had placed on the giant social media platform over the past week. Many of the employees, who said they refused to work in order to show their support for demonstrators across the country, added an automated message to their digital profiles and email. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 8:05 PM ET

“In Pennsylvania, officials prepare for coronavirus, civil unrest to disrupt Tuesday primary”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Election officials across Pennsylvania braced for a chaotic day of voting in Tuesday’s primary, as the convergence of the coronavirus pandemic and protests over the death of George Floyd threaten to close in-person polling locations, even as thousands of voters who requested mail-in ballots still have not received them. In Philadelphia, city officials said they were working with police and other emergency personnel to prevent violence from disrupting voting. The city planned. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 8:05 PM ET

“The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg spoke with civil rights leaders about Trump’s posts. It didn’t go well.”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Top Facebook executives, including Mark Zuckerberg, spoke with civil rights leaders last night as the company confronts a wave of backlash over its decision not to moderate President Trump’s controversial posts.  But the roughly hour-long call, intended to show the company takes concerns from the black community seriously, only further inflamed tensions. Color of Change President Rashad Robinson, NAACP Legal Defense Fund president Sherrilyn Ifil and The Leadership Conference on Civil. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 8:00 PM ET

“Republicans Fear Trump’s Criticism of Mail-In Ballots Will Hurt Them”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - President Trump has relentlessly attacked mail voting, calling it a free-for-all for cheating and a Democratic scheme to rig elections. None of the charges are true. But as eight states and the District of Columbia vote on Tuesday in the biggest Election Day since the coronavirus forced a pause in the primary calendar, it is clear that Mr. Trump’s message has sunk in deeply with Republicans, who have shunned mail ballots. Republican officials and. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:55 PM ET

“Election officials contradict Barr’s assertion that counterfeit mail ballots produced by a foreign country are a ‘real’ worry”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Current and former election administrators said it would be virtually impossible for a foreign country to produce and mail in phony absentee ballots without detection, an issue Attorney General William P. Barr raised as a serious possibility in an interview published Monday. Barr told the New York Times Magazine that a foreign operation to mail in fake ballots was “one of the issues that I’m real worried about.” “We’ve been talking about. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:50 PM ET

“As Trump attacks voting by mail, GOP builds 2020 strategy around limiting its expansion”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - President Trump’s persistent attacks on mail-in voting have fueled an unprecedented effort by conservatives to limit expansion of the practice before the November election, with tens of millions of dollars planned for lawsuits and advertising aimed at restricting who receives ballots and who remains on the voter rolls. The strategy, embraced by Trump’s reelection campaign, the Republican National Committee and an array of independent conservative groups, reflects the recognition by. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:50 PM ET

“U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to Montana campaign finance law”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a case that challenged Montana’s law on disclosing the spending for political ads within 60 days of an election. In August 2019, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Montana’s law that nonprofit groups running ads that mention candidates, political parties or ballot issues in the 60-day window before an election have to report any spending of $250 or more and say who. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:40 PM ET

“Democracy As A Slogan”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - “This is a republic, not a democracy” is the last thing that one committed to voting rights wants to hear, particularly from those defending the shortcomings of what most of the world (used to) regard as the last great democracy.  But this critique highlights a core failure of the American experiment that too few people have challenged as the country has become more democratic over the last 60 years: the. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:30 PM ET

Charlie Brown, Lucy, And That Football

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - I suspect I’m dating myself, but does anyone else remember the Peanuts cartoons?  Specifically, that endlessly repeated gag (more like heart-wrenching tragedy) of Lucy offering to hold the football for poor, hapless Charlie Brown so he can kick it?  Of course, she winds up pulling it away just in time for him to miss the kick and fly through the air screaming, then land in a heap, bruised and miserable,. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:15 PM ET

Huge Congratulations to Dan Tokaji, Named New Dean of Wisconsin Law

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - I’m very pleased to share the news that my friend, co-author, and co-blogger Dan Tokaji has been named the new dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Wisconsin is lucky to have Dan, who is so smart, judicious, patient, and modest. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:10 PM ET

Federal Judge Dissents From… Her Own Opinion

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Judge Edith Jones of the Fifth Circuit appears to be having a bit of an identity crisis. In Stratta & Fazzino v. Roe et al., Judge Jones wrote for the majority in holding that the district court erred in dismissing the claims of landowners against a government body for allegedly stealing groundwater. One claim that the Judge Jones-authored opinion blessed as correctly dismissed was a First Amendment claim raised by one of. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:10 PM ET

Get Ready For THOUSANDS Of Biglaw Layoffs Due To COVID-19

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - While salary cuts shore up firms financially, they don’t address the fundamental problem: more lawyers than can be kept busy enough to grow professionally at the required pace. Thus, we should expect layoffs as people return to their offices. We should also anticipate churning of the equity partner ranks and another round of widening of equity partner comp ranges. … [A]s an order of magnitude, if we repeated the same. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:10 PM ET

“Elegy for Anti-corruption Law: How the Bridgegate Case Could Crush Corruption Prosecutions and Boost Liars”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Ciara Torres-Spelliscy has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, American University Law Review). Here is the abstract: This piece discusses how the case Kelly v. United States, which was pending before the Supreme Court when this piece was written, was likely to expand two different developments in the Roberts Court’s jurisprudence: (1) expanding the constitutional protections for lying under the First Amendment and (2) narrowing the definition of corruption. This Piece describes how. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:10 PM ET

Turns Out You Can Still Be Fired For Racist Facebook Posts, Even If You Delete Them!

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Are you a public employee thinking of taking to social media to dogwhistle a little tune about the protestors flooding the streets to protest police violence? Maybe . . . DON’T. Florida lawyer Amy Bloom, an eight-year veteran of the Broward State Attorney’s Office, found herself out of a job yesterday after a Facebook post in which she called protestors “obnoxious” and likened them to zoo animals. When will people. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:05 PM ET

“California lawmakers advance mail-ballot legislation to bolster Newsom election change”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - The California Republican Party and its national GOP counterparts have sued to stymie Newsom, arguing he had exceeded his statutory authority. Former Rep. Darrell Issa, who is running to return to Congress, has also challenged Newsom’s order. President Donald Trump has blasted mail voting on the grounds that it undermines Republicans, and he has repeatedly mischaracterized Newsom’s order to bolster his claims that mail balloting invites fraud. While Newsom has. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:05 PM ET

Biglaw’s Thoughts On Racism

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Roundup Of What Biglaw’s Doing About The Black Lives Matter Protests: Will this pressure more firms to donate resources? I hope so. Judge Contradicts Herself: Yeah, this is a fun one. NCBE Online? Well, we’ll see about that. Furloughed Biglaw Associated Accused Of Involvement In Molotov Cocktail Incident Released: The latest on the case. Chief Justice Roberts Takes A Stand: In religious liberties case. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 7:00 PM ET

Deutsche Bank Has Regrets

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - Deutsche Bank knows what a troubled debtor looks like, and has more than its fair share of experience with loans that are never going to be repaid. And, well, it’s got a bad feeling about that $760 million bankruptcy exit loan it participated in way back in, uh, three weeks ago. The department-store chain reported that it overvalued the inventory backing the asset-based loan by $159 million, Deutsche said in a Friday court filing. The overvaluation means. [more...]

Jun 3, 2020 6:55 PM ET

“Ballot error led to uncountable results in Baltimore City Council race, candidates demand answers”

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 3, 2020 - An error on ballots mailed to voters in Baltimore’s District 1 led to inaccurate returns that cannot be counted, election officials said Wednesday, and candidates are now demanding answers from state and local leaders as they await results in several close races…. In a statement issued Wednesday morning, the State Board of Elections said Maryland’s mail vendor SeaChange failed to correct an error in the ballot title for the council. [more...]