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What Would Ruth Do?

I admire Ruth Bader Ginsburg. So I search through some Google images and found this one, saved it, cropped it, imported it into Procreate, and used it as a side-by-side reference in a freehand drawing with some liberties and justice forever.

Digital Artwork

Chevron Deference: The Agency's Mulligan

by Emmanuel Bello

Recently, the Department of Labor reclassified Home Health Aides as employees. Effective January 1, 2015, they will no longer be exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage and overtime requirements. 820 more words

Law

Commentators see increasingly politicized Supreme Court #SCOTUS

Before November runs its course, I wanted to point out one item in this month’s Arizona Attorney you may have missed—a book review.

My… 198 more words

Arizona Attorney Magazine

Judge won't reconsider FLDS 'Hobby Lobby' ruling

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge is refusing to reconsider a decision to allow a member of Warren Jeffs’ polygamous church to refuse to answer questions, citing the U.S. 202 more words

News

A Jurisdictional Puzzle: Dart Cherokee Basin Operating Co. v. Owens

In October, the Supreme Court heard arguments for the case Dart Cherokee Basin Operating Co. v. Owens, a highly technical case dealing with notices of removal and class suits. 1,687 more words

Case Analysis

OK, let's see if I can revive this blog thingy

In the months since my last post, lots of things have happened. We’ve had a national election, for one thing, which by most accounts has assured us two more years of political gridlock and confirmed the deep polarization of public opinion. 245 more words

Politics: U. S.