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By Kirk Jenkins
Yesterday, we analyzed whether it's possible to infer Justice Thomas' vote and whether or not he's writing an opinion based upon the pattern of his questions in criminal cases.
By Kirk Jenkins
Last week, we analyzed the pattern of Justice Thomas' questions in oral arguments in civil cases.
By Sarah Hennessy
In Atlasnavios-v-Navigators Insurance, the Court of Appeal (the highest court within the Senior Courts of England and Wales) found that Insurers were entitled to rely on a literal interpretation...
By Cinthia Motley, Carol Gerner
While all of these steps may not necessarily apply to all situations, we recommend that HIPAA covered entities and business entities review their current IRP and procedures and compare...
By Kirk Jenkins
Yesterday, we looked at whether defendants are winning a higher fraction of appeals in criminal cases between 1994 and 2005.
By Kirk Jenkins
In Table 221, we show the absolute numbers – the cases defendants have won, the partial affirmances and reversals, and the cases defendant have lost.
By Caroline Mankey
Conflict is brewing among the United States Courts of Appeals as to when a musical artist's use of a sample from another artist's musical work is non-infringing.
By Michael Bernick
An Anthropologist on Mars is the title of Oliver Sacks' 1993 influential essay on Temple Grandin — an essay that introduced Ms. Grandin and autism more generally to a broad audience.
By Richard Booth
In my C-Suite Risk Report posting in March, I discussed the UK's Serious Fraud Office's (SFO) investigation into Rolls-Royce (RR) and the UK Court's approval of a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA).
By Cara Vecchione
In New York, differing views have been offered by the Appellate Divisions in the First and Second Departments regarding the scope of additional insured coverage when the named insured did not cause the accident.
By Kirk Jenkins
Yesterday, we analyzed whether we can infer Justice Thomas' votes and whether or not he's writing an opinion based upon the pattern of his questions at oral arguments in civil cases.
By Kirk Jenkins
Yesterday, we analyzed the Court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases between 1994 and 2005. Today, we'll look at the Court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases between...
By Kirk Jenkins
Last week, we examined whether winning parties tended to average more amicus support in civil cases between 1994 and 2016.
By Kirk Jenkins
Yesterday, we analyzed whether it's possible, based on all oral arguments in criminal cases between 2009 and 2016, to infer from watching Justice Kilbride's question patterns in...
By Kirk Jenkins
Last week, we analyzed the pattern of Justice Kilbride's questions in oral arguments in civil cases, asking whether it's possible to infer who Justice Kilbride will vote for and whether or not...