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“The Impossibility of Principled Originalism”

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“The Impossibility of Principled Originalism”: Eric Segall has this blog post at “Dorf on Law.” ” The post “The Impossibility of Principled Originalism” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Supreme Court Signals Support for Website Designer Opposed to Same-Sex Marriage”

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“Supreme Court Signals Support for Website Designer Opposed to Same-Sex Marriage”: Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News has this report. And Ariane de Vogue of CNN reports that “ Supreme Court conservatives seem to side with website designer who doesn’t want to work with same-sex couples.” ” The post “Supreme Court Signals Support for Website Designer Opposed to Same-Sex Marriage” appeared first on How Appealing

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“4. ‘A Court of Review, Not First View’: More than ever before, the Supreme Court is resolving major legal questions at the beginning of lawsuits; What’s less clear is whether that’s a good thing.”

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“4. ‘A Court of Review, Not First View’: More than ever before, the Supreme Court is resolving major legal questions at the beginning of lawsuits; What’s less clear is whether that’s a good thing.” ” Steve Vladeck has this post at his “One First” Substack site. The post “4.

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“Supreme Court Justice Alito jokes about Black Santa and Ashley Madison during arguments in same-sex weddings case; The justices heard arguments in the case of a web designer who is seeking to avoid working on same-sex weddings because she is a conservative evangelical Christian”

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“Supreme Court Justice Alito jokes about Black Santa and Ashley Madison during arguments in same-sex weddings case; The justices heard arguments in the case of a web designer who is seeking to avoid working on same-sex weddings because she is a conservative evangelical Christian”: Summer Concepcion of NBC News has this report. And Cheyanne M. Daniels of The Hill reports that “ Alito jokes about Black kids in KKK outfits during Supreme Court argument.”

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8 Benefits of Automatic Lawyer Time-Tracking Software

Automatic lawyer time-tracking software captures all the work you do, eliminating the need to manually track your time. This guide will help you: See how Automatic Time Tracking can benefit your firm. Learn how your firm can start saving hours every day. Then, spend all that time focused on your clients.

“Considering the Usefulness of Rebuttal Oral Argument; By tradition, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court — the oldest appellate court in the United States in continuous operation — does not permit rebuttal oral argument”

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“Considering the Usefulness of Rebuttal Oral Argument; By tradition, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court — the oldest appellate court in the United States in continuous operation — does not permit rebuttal oral argument”: This month’s installment of my “Upon Further Review” column will appear in tomorrow’s print edition of The Legal Intelligencer , Philadelphia’s daily newspaper for lawyers.

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“‘Scenes with Santa’ and online-dating inquiries at the 303 Creative argument”

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“‘Scenes with Santa’ and online-dating inquiries at the 303 Creative argument”: Mark Walsh has this “A View from the Courtroom” post at “SCOTUSblog.” ” The post “‘Scenes with Santa’ and online-dating inquiries at the 303 Creative argument” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Conservative justices come to same-sex marriage controversy with minds made up”

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“Conservative justices come to same-sex marriage controversy with minds made up”: Joan Biskupic of CNN has this news analysis. The post “Conservative justices come to same-sex marriage controversy with minds made up” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Alito’s mentions of Ashley Madison and children wearing KKK costumes cap an awkward Supreme Court day”

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“Alito’s mentions of Ashley Madison and children wearing KKK costumes cap an awkward Supreme Court day”: Ariane de Vogue of CNN has this report. And Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News reports that “ Alito’s Quip About Black Children in KKK Outfits Creates Awkward Supreme Court Moment.” ” The post “Alito’s mentions of Ashley Madison and children wearing KKK costumes cap an awkward Supreme Court day” appeared first on How Appealing

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“The Supreme Court Is About to Ask the Wrong Question About the First Amendment”

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“The Supreme Court Is About to Ask the Wrong Question About the First Amendment”: David Cole has this essay online at The New York Times. The post “The Supreme Court Is About to Ask the Wrong Question About the First Amendment” appeared first on How Appealing

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Take Control Of Your Contracts Without Wrecking The Budget

Manually managing contracts is error-prone & time-consuming. Missed dates, overwritten versions & poor governance leads to frustration & lost revenue. That’s why more businesses are turning to Contract Management Software. Download this checklist to understand which features are right for you.

Access today’s Order List of the U.S. Supreme Court

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Access today’s Order List of the U.S. Supreme Court : At this link. The Court did not grant review in any new cases. The post Access today’s Order List of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared first on How Appealing

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“An Anti-Abortion Activist’s Quest to End the Rape Exception; For Rebecca Kiessling, helping mothers who’ve conceived children through sexual assault is part of a strategy for curtailing reproductive rights”

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“An Anti-Abortion Activist’s Quest to End the Rape Exception; For Rebecca Kiessling, helping mothers who’ve conceived children through sexual assault is part of a strategy for curtailing reproductive rights”: Eren Orbey has this article in the December 12, 2022 issue of The New Yorker.

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“May ‘Bad Spaniels’ Mock Jack Daniel’s? The Supreme Court Will Decide. The justices have agreed to hear a trademark dispute with First Amendment overtones involving a dog toy’s bathroom humor and a distinctive whiskey bottle.”

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“May ‘Bad Spaniels’ Mock Jack Daniel’s? The Supreme Court Will Decide. The justices have agreed to hear a trademark dispute with First Amendment overtones involving a dog toy’s bathroom humor and a distinctive whiskey bottle.” ” Adam Liptak will have this new installment of his “Sidebar” column in Tuesday’s edition of The New York Times. The post “May ‘Bad Spaniels’ Mock Jack Daniel’s?

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“The Supreme Court Needs Real Oversight: Without an effective system in place, problems like leaks and conflicts will not be adequately addressed, and public confidence in the Court will continue to plummet.”

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“The Supreme Court Needs Real Oversight: Without an effective system in place, problems like leaks and conflicts will not be adequately addressed, and public confidence in the Court will continue to plummet.” ” Glenn Fine has this essay online at The Atlantic. The post “The Supreme Court Needs Real Oversight: Without an effective system in place, problems like leaks and conflicts will not be adequately addressed, and public confidence in the Court will continue to plummet.”

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A Master's Guide to B2B: How Listening to Your Customers Can Grow Your Business

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate

Improved marketing conversion, happy customers, and faster growth - that’s only three things that can be accomplished by just listening to your customers. Customer feedback is an extremely invaluable tool to keeping retention high, attracting new business, and improving the general operations of your business. The question is - how do you capture all this? Join Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate, for this essential discussion on the ins and outs of brokering the optimal customer interaction.

“Supremely Slow Out of the Gates”

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“Supremely Slow Out of the Gates”: Adam Feldman has this post at his “Empirical SCOTUS” blog. The post “Supremely Slow Out of the Gates” appeared first on How Appealing

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“The CFPB Engages in Legal Deception; The bureau’s Supreme Court petition contradicts its own repeated claims about its funding structure”

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“The CFPB Engages in Legal Deception; The bureau’s Supreme Court petition contradicts its own repeated claims about its funding structure”: Adam J. White has this op-ed in today’s edition of The Wall Street Journal. The post “The CFPB Engages in Legal Deception; The bureau’s Supreme Court petition contradicts its own repeated claims about its funding structure” appeared first on How Appealing

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“North Carolina’s dubious constitutional theory could undermine elections”

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“North Carolina’s dubious constitutional theory could undermine elections”: Columnist Karen Tumulty has this essay online at The Washington Post. The post “North Carolina’s dubious constitutional theory could undermine elections” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Antiabortion forces push local bans in states with legal access”

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“Antiabortion forces push local bans in states with legal access”: Lissandra Villa Huerta has this front page article in today’s edition of The Boston Globe. The post “Antiabortion forces push local bans in states with legal access” appeared first on How Appealing

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Negative Reviews & Online Feedback Happens - But Where Do You Go From Here?

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation and Jeremy Shubitz, Director of Marketing at Bosley

Responding to online negative feedback can be challenging. What should you say? What should you not say? Should you even respond? In today's, your customers will be not only your biggest advocates but also your biggest critics. However, negative feedback can offer actionable insights to build a stronger product and customer experience.

“When the Abortion Clinic Came to Town: After Roe fell, a sleepy college town in Southern Illinois found itself to be a crucial destination for abortion access; Not all of its residents are happy about it.”

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“When the Abortion Clinic Came to Town: After Roe fell, a sleepy college town in Southern Illinois found itself to be a crucial destination for abortion access; Not all of its residents are happy about it.” ” Ava Sasani and Erin Schaff had this article in last Thursday’s edition of The New York Times.

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“Judge grants RFRA-based preliminary injunction against abortion ban”

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“Judge grants RFRA-based preliminary injunction against abortion ban”: Leslie Bonilla Muñiz of Indiana Capital Chronicle has this report. And at “The Volokh Conspiracy,” Eugene Volokh has a post titled “ Court Holds That Indiana RFRA Provides Religious Exemptions from Abortion Ban; Note that the decision is not inconsistent with the Supreme Court’s holding in Dobbs , though it may of course still be overturned on appeal on other grounds.”

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“A New Clash Between Faith and Gay Rights Arrives at a Changed Supreme Court; A Colorado graphic designer says she has a First Amendment right to refuse to create websites for same-sex weddings despite a state anti-discrimination law”

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“A New Clash Between Faith and Gay Rights Arrives at a Changed Supreme Court; A Colorado graphic designer says she has a First Amendment right to refuse to create websites for same-sex weddings despite a state anti-discrimination law”: Adam Liptak of The New York Times has this report.

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“Supreme Court weighs ‘most important case’ on democracy”

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“Supreme Court weighs ‘most important case’ on democracy”: Mark Sherman of The Associated Press has this report. And in commentary, online at Vox, Ian Millhiser has an essay titled “ The deranged Supreme Court case that threatens US democracy, explained; Moore v. Harper is a test of whether this Supreme Court can ever be trusted with power.”

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Getting Automated: An End-to-End Guide to Law Firm Automation

This guide is designed to help you understand and overcome your automation gap so you can offload all the work you don't want to do onto a cloud-based platform. We'll walk through all the tasks your firm can automate, how to implement automation and measure your success.

“After Arkansas Trial, Judge Weighs Legality of Ban on Care for Transgender Youth; The trial, the first over a challenge to a state ban on gender-affirming care, concluded last week; the judge has not indicated when he will rule”

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“After Arkansas Trial, Judge Weighs Legality of Ban on Care for Transgender Youth; The trial, the first over a challenge to a state ban on gender-affirming care, concluded last week; the judge has not indicated when he will rule”: Eliza Fawcett has this article in today’s edition of The New York Times.

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“Supreme Court to review workplace dispute over free speech and gay marriage; Supreme Court to hold high-profile oral arguments Monday on free speech, religious rights”

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“Supreme Court to review workplace dispute over free speech and gay marriage; Supreme Court to hold high-profile oral arguments Monday on free speech, religious rights”: Shannon Bream and Bill Mears of Fox News have this report. The post “Supreme Court to review workplace dispute over free speech and gay marriage; Supreme Court to hold high-profile oral arguments Monday on free speech, religious rights” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Does the 1st Amendment protect a right to discriminate?”

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“Does the 1st Amendment protect a right to discriminate?” ” Law professor Erwin Chemerinsky has this essay online at The Los Angeles Times. The post “Does the 1st Amendment protect a right to discriminate?” ” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Did the Court Have Jurisdiction in Dobbs?”

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“Did the Court Have Jurisdiction in Dobbs?” ” Richard M. Re has this post at his blog, “Re’s Judicata.” ” The post “Did the Court Have Jurisdiction in Dobbs?” ” appeared first on How Appealing

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Legal Operations 101: A Blueprint for Modern Legal Departments

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“What happened to the investigation into the Dobbs draft leak?”

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“What happened to the investigation into the Dobbs draft leak?” ” James D. Zirin has this essay online at The Hill. The post “What happened to the investigation into the Dobbs draft leak?” ” appeared first on How Appealing

“The big stakes in the Supreme Court’s new LGBTQ rights case: What is art? The Christian right wants that question to be decided by the Supreme Court in 303 Creative v. Elenis.”

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“The big stakes in the Supreme Court’s new LGBTQ rights case: What is art? The Christian right wants that question to be decided by the Supreme Court in 303 Creative v. Elenis.” ” Ian Millhiser has this essay online at Vox. The post “The big stakes in the Supreme Court’s new LGBTQ rights case: What is art? The Christian right wants that question to be decided by the Supreme Court in 303 Creative v. Elenis.” ” appeared first on How Appealing

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“Krasner asks court to declare impeachment unlawful; The state Senate voted Wednesday to formally accept articles of impeachment against Krasner, setting the stage for a January trial on whether to remove Philadelphia’s district attorney”

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“Krasner asks court to declare impeachment unlawful; The state Senate voted Wednesday to formally accept articles of impeachment against Krasner, setting the stage for a January trial on whether to remove Philadelphia’s district attorney”: Robert Moran of The Philadelphia Inquirer has this report. You can access the filings in the case via this link.

“Same-sex marriage and LGBTQ protections at center of another Supreme Court case; Justices will consider whether owners of certain creative businesses have a free speech right to refuse to undertake certain projects if they disagree with the message”

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“Same-sex marriage and LGBTQ protections at center of another Supreme Court case; Justices will consider whether owners of certain creative businesses have a free speech right to refuse to undertake certain projects if they disagree with the message”: Lawrence Hurley of NBC News has this report.

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