Although there are no longer duels to the death, a lot could be learned about the feud/differences between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton.Read More »
Welcome to Monday, the 37th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Rostker v. Goldberg decision upholding the men-only draft-registration requirement against a gender-discrimination challenge. Here are some news items to get your week started. — Can a restaurant evict customers based ...Read More »
A retired attorney with a Maryland law license has to pay $85,000 to a Connecticut woman for hitting her in the face with pasta in a spicy sauce. The woman sued for negligence and battery after she was injured from the impact and hit her head, the Connecticut Law Tribune reported.
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OCEAN CITY — Leadership for the administrative law section of the Maryland State Bar Association were unsure whether a session on executive power would remain relevant when they planned it months ago, but law professors Michael I. Meyerson and Mark Graber ...Read More »