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Law blog round-up

Happy Monday! Here are some law links to start the week: The Sun’s Peter Hermann compares the treatment of Inner Harbor restaurants and Block strip clubs at the Board of Liquor License Commissioners last week. Here are eight reasons not ...

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Judging the justices’ work

Our sister paper, Lawyers USA, has this round-table on the most important SCOTUS decisions of the 2008-2009 term.  What do you think?

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Law blog round-up

So, funny story. I wrote a law blog round-up earlier in the day–and then WordPress ate it. So here, late in the day, is my reconstruction of what I can assure you was my most brilliant round-up ever. Take my ...

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Live blogging the Sotomayor hearings

Don’t have CNN or C-SPAN in your office?  Don’t worry.  We’ve got you covered. Our sister blog DC Dicta will be live-blogging from the confirmation hearings on Judge Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.  You can follow updates ...

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4th Circuit goes 0 for 5 this term

It used to be a running joke among the Supreme Court bar that the scariest sentence a high-court advocate could write in a petitioner’s brief was “the decision of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals should be overturned.” Such was the rarity of ...

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Law blog round-up

Happy Monday! Here are some law news links to start your day: Jon Katz writes about the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s decision in Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts last week. Massachusetts has admitted its first lawyer who had an exclusively online ...

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Law blog round-up

It’s a little late, but here’s your Monday round-up: John Bratt at Miller & Zois* comments on Baltimore City officials’ $5 million lawsuit against an Ocean City Domino’s for refusing to serve them and then not letting them leave: “Assuming ...

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Law blog round-up

Happy Monday! Here are some law links to start your week: If you think Sonia Sotomayor is bad, you should see Andre Davis, writes Byron York of the Examiner. (Though the Examiner identifies York as its “chief political correspondent,” a ...

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