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United States v. Zubaydah

Does the state secrets privilege apply to keep CIA contractors from testifying in Polish legal proceedings?

Explaining Dual System Thinking Theory and how it describes major corporate ethical lapses like the Wells Fargo cross selling scandal.

Does a California regulation requiring charities to disclose donor information violate the First Amendment?

Do the Arizona voting policies violate the Voting Rights Act or the U.S. Constitution?

Can an inventor challenge a patent that came from an application he originated?

TransUnion v. Ramirez

Article III legal standing denied for purported class members in case against a major credit reporting agency

Can non-tribal Alaska natives get benefits under the 2020 Coronavirus relief act?

Can public schools punish students for speech on social media?

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Dual System Thinking Theory Explained in Infographics

Explaining Dual System Thinking Theory and how it describes major corporate ethical lapses like the Wells Fargo cross selling scandal.

Chevron Deference: A Judicial Doctrine to Give Respect to Agency Authority

Explaining Chevron Deference and related doctrines of agency deference.

What is a “concrete and particularized” injury for Article III standing?

Explaining the “concrete and particularized” injury requirement for Article III standing.

The First Amendment Protection of Freedom of Religion

How does the First Amendment protect the freedom of religion?

“Mootness” Explained

Explaining the policy of the mootness doctrine and giving examples of cases.

The Supreme Court’s Shadow Docket

How the Supreme Court handles emergency requests for relief differently than its regular docket.

Standards of Review: De Novo, Clearly Erroneous and Reasonableness

What is a standard of review? This infographic report explains.

What are “Protected Classes”?

What are Protected Classes? See our infographic explaining the legal term.

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