Month: April 2015

Weekend Read: From The ‘Amazon tax’ To Litigation, U.S. Arm-Wrestles Over State v. Fed

By Randy Wyrick, NCM contributing editor If you’ve ever been to a high school basketball game, you know that using local refs begets screaming parents. Congratulations, you now understand a core idea of legal jurisdiction: No home cooking. The Denver… Read More

POLITICO Looks Into Judicial Appointment Backlog

The POLITICO website it taking a look at why the U.S. Senate is allowing a backup on federal appointments, including filling jobs for emergency judges. The report comes after a critical report documented serious delays in civil justice cases, as reported… Read More