Tag: Law
Patent Trolls Suffer Setback
Google Agonistes
Employers Do Not Systematically and Persistently Pay Women Less than Men for Equally Valuable Work
Harvard Professor’s Latest ‘Heresy’ Throws Water on Obama EPA’s Climate Policy
‘The Hunting Ground,’ Sexual Assault, and the Failure of Civil Society
Republicans Split over Patent Reform
University Responsibility for Sexual Assault
Controlling the Regulatory State
Constitutional Federalism Beats Feds’ Bribery of the States
Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Don’t Worry, They’ll Guard Themselves!
Obesity Can Be a Disability, Says European Court of Justice
Professor Gruber Strikes Again
The Ferguson Protesters vs. the Liberal Left
Small Business Suffers: The Riots, Past and Present
Right-to-Try Laws Now in 5 States
Obama Appointee Supports Individual Rights
Jean Tirole, 2014 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences
Individualizing Justice in The Equalizer
Coming Soon to California: Teachers’ Right to Work?
New Study Links Patent Trolls to Decline in R&D Spending and Other Ills
Misplaced Outrage over the NCAA’s Decision to Reduce Sanctions on Penn State
Patent Trolls: Their Threat to U.S. Innovation—and the Solutions
Muckraker or Special Pleader?
Are Lawsuits Ending or Mending Teacher Tenure?
Obamacare Architect Warned That Tax Credits Would Be Available Only in States with Exchanges

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