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The Lawyer Implicated In The Clinton File Scandal Is Again In The Information – Thelegaltorts

Democratic Leaders Suggest A Dim Future For Biden-Related Investigations – JONATHAN TURLEY

It seems that Marc E. Elias is back. The Perkins Coie attorney was at the center of the stories related to the Steele dossier and the longstanding opposition to the Clinton campaign that actually funded the investigation. Despite these false statements from the pre-election campaign, it was found that the money was paid as legal … Read more

December 2020 Torts & Insurance coverage Fourth Circuit Instances of Curiosity | Nexsen Pruet, PLLC

December 2020 Torts & Insurance Fourth Circuit Cases of Interest | Nexsen Pruet, PLLC

At regular intervals, Nexsen Pruet member Marc Manos, member of the SC Bar Torts and Insurance Practice Section Council, sheds light on some current cases of the Fourth Circle Court of Appeal that focus on tort and insurance law. The types and insurance cases selected for December 2020 are listed below. Krembel versus United States … Read more

Upcoming Digital Talking Engagements [Updated and Reposted] – Motive.com

Upcoming Virtual Speaking Engagements – Reason.com

NOTE: I have republished this due to the recent addition of a number of events. While I hope vaccination will change something in the next few months, only virtual lectures are currently possible. Last semester, I gave virtual lectures “at” various institutions in the US and abroad, including Harvard, Yale, Cornell, the University of Virginia, … Read more

November 2020 Torts & Insurance coverage Fourth Circuit Circumstances of Curiosity

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

Periodically, Nexsen Pruet’s attorney Marc Manos, a member of the SC Bar Torts and Insurance Practice Section Council, sheds light on some recent Fourth Circle appeals cases that focus on litigation and insurance. The types and insurance cases selected for November 2020 are listed below. Flexi-Van Leasing, Inc. v The Travelers By. Co. No. 19-1847 … Read more

How The Trump Trial Is Designed To Enrage However Not Convict – Thelegaltorts

How The Trump Trial Is Designed To Enrage But Not Convict – JONATHAN TURLEY

Below is my column in Hill on the trial reports the House and Trump team filed for the second Trump impeachment trial. The house’s letter promises an emotionally charged but legally inadequate case for conviction. Indeed, there is no evidence that “law enforcement” is supposed to win the case as the House offers little on … Read more

December 2020 Torts & Insurance coverage Fourth Circuit Circumstances of Curiosity | Nexsen Pruet, PLLC

December 2020 Torts & Insurance Fourth Circuit Cases of Interest | Nexsen Pruet, PLLC

At regular intervals, Nexsen Pruet member Marc Manos, member of the SC Bar Torts and Insurance Practice Section Council, sheds light on some current cases of the Fourth Circle Court of Appeal that focus on tort and insurance law. The types and insurance cases selected for December 2020 are listed below. Krembel versus United States … Read more

Trump’s Choice Not To Testify Might Be Cited As Proof Of His Guilt – Thelegaltorts

Trump’s Decision Not To Testify May Be Cited As Evidence Of His Guilt – JONATHAN TURLEY

Presidents have not testified in impeachment proceedings in the past. One reason for this is that so far only seated presidents have been charged and the presidents have opposed the prospect of being examined by the legislature as head of the executive branch. Furthermore, it was likely viewed as unworthy and frankly too risky. In … Read more

Ontario Acknowledges The Tort Of On-line Harassment – Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration

"Publicity Placing The Plaintiff In A False Light" Is The Newest Privacy Tort In Ontario - Privacy

In Caplan v. Atas1, the Superior Court of Justice recognized a new common law tort of online harassment. This case reflects a departure from a recent decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario which overturned the recognition of a common law tort of harassment2. What you need to know The defendant in this case … Read more

Supreme Court docket Removes Border Wall Case From its Oral Argument Calendar – Motive.com

How Biden Can Terminate Trump’s Border Wall Project – And Save Money and Protect Property Rights in the Process – Reason.com

Yesterday the Supreme Court removed Biden v Sierra Club (formerly known as Trump v Sierra Club) from its oral hearing calendar. This move likely ends the lengthy legal battle over the legality of former President Donald Trump’s diversion of various military construction funds to build his border wall. The court took this step at the … Read more

YouTube Censors Senate Testimony From Physician On Potential Covid Drug – Thelegaltorts

Democratic Leaders Suggest A Dim Future For Biden-Related Investigations – JONATHAN TURLEY

We discussed how writers, editors, commentators, and scholars have responded to increasing calls for censorship and language control, including President-elect Joe Biden and his key advisors. The erosion of free speech has been radically accelerated by the big tech and social media companies, including YouTube. Now YouTube has the actual testimony of the U.S. Senate … Read more