By: Emily Hammond Meazell
When agency actions are challenged in court multiple times in an iterative fashion, the resulting dialogue offers insights into the features of the court/agency relationship that are not necessarily apparent in other contexts.
By: David I. Walker
Year after year, the senior managers of public companies in the U.S. receive a large chunk of their compensation in the form of company equity—stock and options—and year after year, managers exercise options and sell shares.
Houston, We Have a Problem: Does the Second Amendment Create a Property Right to a Specific Firearm?
By: John L. Schwab & Thomas G. Sprankling
This piece uses Houston v. City of New Orleans as its central case study in the course of exploring the minimal existing caselaw regarding the extent to which the Second Amendment protects property ownership.
By: Jim Rossi
This brief response raises two important issues that dialogic accounts of judicial review in administrative law have not sufficiently addressed: namely, both the “what” and the “who” of dialogue.
By: Shyamkrishna Balganesh
Ever since its genesis in the Supreme Court’s famous decision in International News Service v. Associated Press, the “hot news” misappropriation doctrine has had to fight for its survival.