Justia Weekly Writers’ Picks – Jordan Rebounds for the Remand

Jordan v. Jewel Food, US 7th Cir. (2/19/14) Communications Law, Constitutional Law, Entertainment & Sports Law When basketball legend Michael Jordan was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009, Sports Illustrated produced a special commemorative issue devoted exclusively to Jordan’s remarkable career. Jewel Foods was offered free advertising space in the issue for agreeing to stock

Oklahoma – It’s “Official”

HT to Professor Peter Martin who posts in his blog, Citing Legally, the news that, as of January 1, 2014, “sixty years after the Oklahoma Supreme Court designated the West Publishing Company as the ‘official publisher’ of its decisions, it [has] revoked that designation.”  Going forward, the electronic versions of Oklahoma appellate court decisions rendered after January 1st and posted

Justia Weekly Writers’ Picks – February 7, 2014

T.S. v. Doe, US 6th Cir. (2/5/14) Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Juvenile Law Responding to a report of underage drinking in a home, officers found a group celebrating eighth grade graduation. Police asked the teens to step outside individually for breathalyzer testing. Seven tested positive for alcohol. Police arrested them and notified their parents. In the morning, a

More PACER Drama

Ohhhhh PACER. I’m a little bit behind on complaining about it, so here’s the executive summary to catch everyone up: One month after they celebrated 25 years of PACER, the whole thing went down, twice in one week. In case you missed it, the Administrative Office of Courts issued a statement in December celebrating the twenty five year anniversary of