September 16, 2013
ABA Law Journal

DC lawyer pursues suit to unmask authors who changed her Wikipedia page

A Washington, D.C., lawyer is pursuing a defamation lawsuit that seeks to unmask two anonymous writers who edited her Wikipedia page…

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Case: Burke v. Doe

September 09, 2013
National Law Journal

Lawyer Wants Wikipedia Editor’s Identity Revealed

Appeals court will examine the anonymous speech part of a new D.C. law…

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Case: Burke v. Doe

July 11, 2013
City Journal

Opportunity Knox

A lawsuit in California could spell the end of union collective-bargaining fees…

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Case: Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association et al.

May 20, 2013
USA Today (Opinion)

Forced Union Dues Violate Free Speech

Free speech means that individuals get to decide for themselves which causes to support… Read More →

Case: Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association et al.

May 2, 2013
Huffington Post

New First Amendment Suit Poses Existential Threat to Unions

Public employee unions face a new, and mortal, threat..

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Case: Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association et al.

March 7, 2013
Huffington Post

Ohio Amish Convicted in Beard, Hair-Cutting Attacks Face Unfamiliar Life in Prison

CLEVELAND — Sixteen Amish men and women who have lived rural, self-sufficient lives surrounded by extended family and with little outside contact are facing regimented routines in a federal prison system …

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Case: U.S. v. Miller

September 20, 2012
Fox News

Leader of Amish Breakaway Group Guilty of Hate Crimes in Hair Attacks

CLEVELAND – Sixteen Amish men and women were convicted Thursday of hate crimes for a series of hair- and beard- cutting attacks on fellow sect members…

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Case: U.S. v. Miller

September 14, 2012
ABC News

Time to Change the Voting Rights Act?

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Case: Nix v. Holder

September 13, 2012
SCOTUS blog

The constitutionality of Section 5 comes to the Supremes again

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Case: Nix v. Holder

July 30, 2012
Washington Times

Amish Nix Deals in Hate Crime Case

Sixteen people charged in beard- and hair-cutting attacks on fellow Amish in Ohio rejected government plea bargain offers of leniency Monday and will go to trial…

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Case: U.S. v. Miller