The Engineer vs. the Border PatrolOne man’s quest to outlaw Customs and Border Protection’s internal, possibly unconstitutional immigration checkpoints.
Why Every Media Company Fears Richard LiebowitzThe “copyright enforcer” is a walking lawsuit factory. He’s also the best hope for photographers to get paid.
The Arbitration Fight Isn’t OverHow states can counteract the Supreme Court’s awful ruling in Epic Systems v. Lewis.
The Trumped Up DefenderAlan Dershowitz offers a compelling case for the president on cable TV, but a closer look reveals that his arguments are incoherent.
Michael Avenatti Might Be Compelled to Reveal His SourceIn this instance, he doesn’t have a legal leg to stand on.
Three Cheers for FederalismJustice Alito’s fantastic opinion striking down the federal ban on sports betting shows federalism can be good for liberals.
Why Is Mike Pence Calling for an End to the Mueller Probe?What did Mike Pence know and when did he know it?
The Vekselberg Case Increases the Odds of Michael Cohen Turning on Donald TrumpThere’s new pressure on Trump to disavow his former lackey, and vice versa.
How Michael Cohen’s Apparent Russia Payment Might Help Prove CollusionWe might have a quid. Here’s the possible pro quo.
Clarence Thomas’ Wife Is Spreading a Conspiracy Theory About a Soros-Backed “Coup”Just another day in the ethical mess at the Supreme Court.
Bad Day for CBPA New Hampshire court just delivered a humiliating blow to Trump’s Customs and Border Protection agency.
Epic DistortionNeil Gorsuch’s ruling on mandatory arbitration clauses doesn’t reflect the reality of American labor relations.
What Happened in That Trump Tower Meeting With RussiansThe documents released by the Senate Judiciary Committee cleared a few things up, but a lot of the details are still murky.
Bad LiarsICE claimed a Dreamer was “gang-affiliated” and tried to deport him. A federal judge ruled that ICE was lying.
Michael Cohen’s Meetings With Michael Flynn and a Qatari Diplomat Might Be the Key to Unlocking the Steele DossierWhat were all of these men doing together at the same time in Trump Tower in December 2016?
California Is Disenfranchising Thousands of Voters Based on Their HandwritingAnd state officials are still defending the practice. Why?
A List of Potential Charges Against Michael Cohen for His Fishy “Consulting” PaymentsWas this crime or mere slime?
John Roberts’ Long GameHow much damage did Trinity Lutheran do to the separation of church and state? The New Mexico Supreme Court assesses.
Schneiderman Has Always Been DispensableThe legal battle against the Trump administration is better off without the disgraced attorney general.
Trump vs. the ConstitutionThe president is poised to test the extent of executive power. Will Robert Mueller and the courts be able to hold him to account?
What Happens to the Evidence if Trump Goes on a Firing Spree?Backup options are likely already underway.