Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

A big idea from and for Elizabeth Warren

Last night, Elizabeth Warren described corporations in a way that met my own long-held definition. Which is: corporations are amoral. She did not say they were evil; nor would I. She was precise in her language. Corporations — big business, … Continue reading

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Would you like to see what the Judiciary Committee has actually done today?

…or do you want to keep on complaining that they’re doing nothing? I thank Lawrence Tribe who, on Twitter, attached today’s big-time court filing. And said this about it: The House petition enumerates a wide array of powerful grounds for … Continue reading

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Are the Russians meddling in your state’s voting mechanisms?

Given what the Senate Intelligence Committee has just reported, we need to be anxious — a relatively low-key word — about how our votes are counted. My anxiety caused me to ask Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, a law professor and noted expert … Continue reading

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