Month: January 2011

Brain Food ?

President Obama last week nominated Donald Verrilli, Jr., a familiar face at the Supreme Court who has argued a dozen cases from the lectern, to be the new Solicitor General. And Marcia Coyle reports in The National Law Journal that Verrilli

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Crafty Craft and Squirrely Squirrels

Since corporations are “persons”, the lawyer for AT&T argued, it follows that corporations have “personal privacy”.   But Chief Justice Roberts pointed out that the adjective may not have the same meaning as it’s root : “Totally different. Crafty doesn’t

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