Volume 121 · June 2008 · Number 8
William J. Stuntz
The Consultants' Republic
Douglas A. Kysar
The Immunity-Conferring Power of the Office of Legal Counsel
The Alien Tort Statute, Forum Shopping, and the Exhaustion of Local Remedies Norm
Rule Porousness and the Design of Legal Directives
"Trading Action for Access": The Myth of Meritocracy and the Failure To Remedy Structural Discrimination
Cross-Jurisdictional Forum Non Conveniens Preclusion
Shifting the FISA Paradigm: Protecting Civil Liberties by Eliminating Ex Ante Judicial Approval
Seventh Circuit Holds that RICO Conspiracy Charges Can Proceed to Trial Despite Unresolved Double Jeopardy Claims. - United States v. Calabrese, 490 F.3d 575 (7th Cir. 2007)
Third Circuit Holds that Government Appeals of Alleged Plea Agreement Breaches by Defendants Are Reviewed De Novo. - United States v. Williams, 510 F.3d 416 (3d Cir. 2007)
Seventh Circuit Holds that a Codefendent's Repeated and Violent Outbursts, Coupled with Intimidation from the Gallery, Denied Defendent a Fair Trial. - United States v. Mannie, 509 F.3d 851 (7th Cir. 2007)
Federal District Court Denies § 230 Immunity to Website that Solicits Illicit Content - FTC v. Accusearch, Inc., No. 06-CV-105, 2007 WL 4356786 (D. Wyo. Sept. 28, 2007).
General Court of Qatif Sentences Gang-Rape Victim to Prison and Lashings for Violating "Illegal Mingling" Law.
Congress Considers Bill To Invalidate Pre-Dispute Arbitration Clauses for Consumers, Employees, and Franchisees. - Arbitration Fairness Act 2007, S. 1782, 110th Cong. (2007)