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Pam's House Blend
Aereo Quacks Like a Duck
We've been following the fortunes of tiny Aereo vs. the big broadcasters here at Over Easy.
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Employment Law - July 2014
Why it matters: Striking a blow to the President and the National Labor Relations Board, the U.S. Supreme Court held that three recess appointments made by President Barack Obama in January 2012 were invalid.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
The Impact of Halliburton on Directors and Officers Insurance
Over the past year, directors and officers have been anticipating the Supreme Court's ruling in Halliburton Co.
Aereo Maps Out New Legal Strategy: It's A Cabler
Shifting gears, online video service Aereo says it now plans to argue that it's a "cable system" and is entitled to stream television shows over the Internet, providing it pays fees to broadcasters.
The Prudent Speculator Has Something To Say About Market Efficiency
It isn't every day that the Supreme Court of the United States chooses to weigh in on a principle of investing, but that was precisely the case when the court rendered an opinion in HALLIBURTON CO., ET AL., PETITIONERS v.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Supreme Court Rejects "Presumption of Prudence," Adopts...
The Supreme Court of the United States has issued its highly anticipated decision in Fifth Third Bancorp v.
Life After Aereo: TV Startups Continue With Little Worry
The Supreme Court's Aereo decision didn't kill the online TV business, or even add a chilling effect.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Active Liberty Lives
When a justice is in the minority on the Supreme Court, as Justice Stephen Breyer has long been, there aren't many opportunities to write truly landmark opinions.
The Daily Caller
A Disenchanted Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes Toa The Supreme Court?
The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court gather for a group portrait in the East Conference Room at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, October 8, 2010.
Text ANDREA for Bias: MSNBC's Mitchell Plugs Planned Parenthood Campaign On Air
Andrea Mitchell devoted three minutes of the July 7 edition of Andrea Mitchell Reports to assist Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards in promoting the abortion-clinic chain's latest publicity gimmick.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
The Motley Fool
Will the Aereo Ruling Cause Problems for Dish Network?
When the Supreme Court ruled that the Aereo TV-streaming service violated U.S. copyright law, it specifically addressed the idea that the decision could impact other technology.
McCutcheon's Supreme Cynicism
One of the many outrageous aspects of the U.S. Supreme Court's McCutcheon v. FEC decision is how blatantly it served the interests of the very wealthiest.
Supreme Feud - Religion vs. Reality
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide No escape from reality... Written by Freddie Mercury.
Real Clear Politics
Obama to Conservatives: Impeach Me, Please
For Americans who'd prefer a less invasive federal government, and an executive branch with more modest views of its own authority, several events leading up to Independence Day offered a welcome respite.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Court strikes down abortion clinic buffer zones
Last week, the Supreme Court unanimously struck down protest-free buffer zones around abortion clinics in Massachusetts as an unconstitutional infringement on free speech.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
New York Post
Eric Holdera s long losing record before the Supreme Court
If Eric Holder were a baseball player, he'd have been benched long ago - if not kicked off the team.
The Detroit News
The curse of judicial minimalism
Even when Supreme Court decisions are unanimous, the justices can be fiercely divided about fundamental matters, as was demonstrated by two 9-0 rulings last week.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Wall Street Journal
School's Relief on Contraception Coverage Could Embolden Others
Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in a dissent that the order 'will presumably entitle hundreds or thousands of other objectors to the same remedy.'
Supreme Court revives Lehman workers' ESOP suit
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. employees who invested part of their incomes in the company's stock have had their lawsuit revived by the U.S. Supreme Court, although perhaps only temporarily.
Hobby Lobby Decision Begins To Contort Under Its Own Logic
There's a flaw in the legal argument at the heart of the Hobby Lobby decision protecting religious employers from a federal regulation requiring them to provide employee insurance coverage for contraceptives, and it took only three days for it to emerge.