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  1. "The Luckiest Court in the Universe"
  2. Gallup Poll Indicates Support For Unions Are Increasing
  3. Goldberg: Free Speech Consequentialism
  4. NLRB Declines To Assert Jurisdiction Over Northwestern Football Players
  5. Is it too cold at work? Maybe its because it is a man's world
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"The Luckiest Court in the Universe"

Daniel Nazer at techdirt.com reports that if patent litigation cases were evenly distributed among the 94 federal district courts in the United States, each court would have 33 such cases filed so far this year. As it happens, the Eastern...
    

Gallup Poll Indicates Support For Unions Are Increasing

On August 17, 2015, Gallup released the following: Americans' approval of labor unions has jumped five percentage points to 58% over the past year, and is now at its highest point since 2008, when 59% approved. In the interim, the...
    

Goldberg: Free Speech Consequentialism

Erica Goldberg (Harvard: Climenko Fellow) has posted "Free Speech Consequentialism" on SSRN. The abstract reads: Balancing the harms and benefits of speech — what I call “free speech consequentialism” — is pervasive and seemingly unavoidable. Under current doctrine, courts determine...
    

NLRB Declines To Assert Jurisdiction Over Northwestern Football Players

In a widely watched decision, the NLRB ruled on August 17, 2015 that it would not assert jurisdiction in an election petition filed by Northwestern student football players. Northwestern University, 362 NLRB No. 167 (Aug. 17, 2015). The NLRB Regional...
    

Is it too cold at work? Maybe its because it is a man's world

Chilly at Work, is an interesting August 3, 2015 article from the New York Times. Ever notice how woman always seem cold at work? Well, as the article points out, this may be because air conditioning systems were designed for...
    

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