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NCAA’s March Madness

This is a post about some of the legal aspects related to the NCAA’s March Madness Division I basketball bracket — not to be confused with what CFO calls the NCAA’s profitability bracket, in which 123 of the Association’s teams “collectively earned $351 million on nearly $1 billion of revenue last year.” More teams (223) broke even or …Read the Rest

The Letter

Recently, 47 out of 54 Republican Senators signed an “open letter” to the leaders of Iran. The letter has generated many comments in real and virtual fora, from White House (and State Department) press briefings to a “fierce Twitter spat.” According to some, the letter was an attempt to play (partisan) politics and undermine the delicate …Read the Rest

Throwback Thursday (TBT)

In Brief: Law Alumni Newsletter #17 (Spring 1979) The lead article is Suzanne Hartman’s profile of alumnus Peter Reed, ’25, who had been an attorney at Arter and Hadden in Cleveland for 53 years since graduating from Western Reserve School of Law. Among Mr. Reed’s many awards was the Andrews Award for Outstanding Alumnus, which …Read the Rest

King v. Burwell

Update: Jonathan Adler, Could King v. Burwell overturn parts of New York v. U.S.? (March 5, 2014) Can a Few Words Shut Down Obamacare? (podcast, March 5, 2015) David Post, What happens when we all stare at five words too long? (March 5, 2015) Jonathan Adler, Obamacare Back in the Supreme Court (podcast, March 4, …Read the Rest

Ohio Treasurer’s Annual Reports (Memory Project)

More than one librarian noted the recent announcement that the office of the Treasurer of State (Ohio) partnered with the State Library of Ohio to provide full-text access to a “nearly complete set of Annual Reports in digital format.” The earliest reports (starting in 1805) were published biennially and the Ohio Memory Project states that there …Read the Rest

Immigration Reform

On Feb. 17, 2015, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen issued a temporary restraining order that delayed the implementation of recent executive actions related to immigration reform. He said “that states would ‘suffer irreparable harm‘” without the delay.  President Obama said that history and the law are on his side — and that it is not …Read the Rest