The New York Post reports:
At the China Law blog, Dan Harris advises on "how not to get China scammed":
In Town and City magazine, a publication of the New Hampshire Municipal Association, Anna Cole analyzes the New Hampshire Supreme Court
Legal Insurrection reports:
Just a few weeks ago, we posted a whimsical piece on the possibility of criminal activity in the final frontier - and the jurisdictional issues that might arise as a result.
At Mental Floss, Jake Rosen asks: "Who Has Jurisdiction for Crimes Committed in Space?"
Via Coin World, a story about an unusual auction item: "Contemporary Counterfeit Ancient Aureus Sells in CNG Auction":
In a podcast available on the Federalist Society website, Jim Harper and Orin Kerr discuss
In an article for the StarTribune, Edward J.
At National Review, Andrew McCarthy writes about the history, and what he regards as the extreme inherent injustice, of the "responsible officer doctrine," which allows corporate officers to be prosecuted for criminal acts of their companies, regardless of whether they participated in or even kne