Tag Archives: Second Circuit appellate court

How ugly are the dark money people? This ugly

Citizens United Fights to Keep Donor Names Secret Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal August 21, 2017    Citizens United’s general counsel argued at the Second Circuit today that Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s policy that all charities soliciting donations in … Continue reading

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Deflategate decision: William Rhoden (and Gary Myers)

Yesterday, when I reported the Second Circuit’s decision overturning the lower court pro-Brady/anti-NFL decision on “deflategate,” I referred you to the New York Times’ Michael Powell, and his original story which egregiously supported the NFL players association and equally egregiously … Continue reading

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The unpaid intern problem hits a major federal court. And…

Over the past year, I’ve noted a number of stories concerning the unpaid intern problem and lawsuits that subsequently emerged from these particular abuses of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Shamefully, a lot of these interns were unpaid by relatively … Continue reading

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