Pay-for-delay case presents high court with policy dilemma

"'Courts generally think getting disputes out of the court system is good. That's in sharp tension with concerns over anti-competitive behavior. The interesting question is: which policy is going to prevail?' said Timothy...[more]

Same-sex marriage ruling: History – or not

Robert Shapiro, Dean of Emory Law School, comments on the Supreme Court consideration of California’s Proposition 8 in an interview with Bill Rankin of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  Read the article here>>  [more]

Will Georgia Be Affected if U.S. Supreme Court Throws Out Gay Marriage Bans? It Depends.

"This week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear two same-sex marriage cases that could become legal landmarks--or not.  Georgia, which passed a constitutional ban on gay marriage in 2004, will be closely watching,...[more]

Supreme Court arguments mark turning point in gay marriage debate

As justices of the U.S. Supreme Court prepare to hear oral arguments March 26 on gay marriage, Emory constitutional law expert Michael Perry says the debates may hold clues to the various ways the justices might rule. The court...[more]

Romig Named Secretary for AALS Legal Writing Section

Emory Law legal writing instructor Jennifer Murphy Romig has been selected as secretary of the American Association of Law Schools' Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research. The mission of the American Association of...[more]

The New Global Legal Norms

"As multinationals move around the globe, legal systems are cross-pollinated. China is a case in point, says Reuben Guttman who has just returned from an event in Shanghai dealing with securities...[more]

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