Volume 122 · May 2009 · Number 7
Law for States: International Law, Constitutional Law, Public Law
Jack Goldsmith and Daryl Levinson
Discourse in the Dusk: The Twilight of Religious Freedom?
Steven D. Smith
Rationalizing Hard Look Review After the Fact
Organizational Irrationality and Corporate Human Rights Violations
D.C. Circuit Holds that Protestant Navy Chaplains Lack Standing to Challenge Navy Retirement System's Alleged Catholic Favoritism. — In re Navy Chaplaincy, 534 F.3d 756 (D.C. Cir. 2008).
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Holds that Criminal Defendant's Best Interests Justify Forcible Medication. — Commonwealth v. Sam, 952 A.2d 565 (Pa. 2008).
Seventh Circuit Defers to Agency Interpretation of Evidentiary Standards. — Ali v. Mukasey, 521 F.3d 737 (7th Cir. 2008).
Seventh Circuit Holds that Police Officer's Allegedly False Statements to Prosecutor Did Not Constitute a Brady Violation. — Carvajal v. Dominguez, 542 F.3d 561 (7th Cir. 2008).
D.C. Circuit Declines To Apply Act of State Doctrine to Claim of Russian Seizure of Religious Property. — Agudas Chasidei Chabad of United States v. Russian Federation, 528 F.3d 934 (D.C. Cir. 2008).
RECENT INTERNATIONAL DECISION
WTO Appellate Body Reaffirms WTO-Inconsistency of "Zeroing." — Appellate Body Report, United States—Final Anti-Dumping Measures on Stainless Steel from Mexico, WT/DS344/AB/R (Apr. 30, 2008).