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Blog Posts in June, 2013

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  • On Open Government And An Informed Public
    On Open Government And An Informed Public

    Controversy recently struck the Texas Senate, as debate raged over the passage of abortion restrictions in Texas. The issue is a sensitive and controversial one, and following the filibuster of the ...

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  • On The Vanishing Jury
    On The Vanishing Jury

    Over the past two decades, the decline in jury trials for civil cases has been precipitous. So precipitous, in fact, that the number of civil trials with juries fell 64 percent over the last 15 years ...

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  • On Forced Arbitration and Fair Conditions for Individuals
    On Forced Arbitration and Fair Conditions for Individuals

    One of the biggest issues in any case is the establishment of fair and equal conditions for both parties. Our justice system rests on ideas of fairness and objectivity. Ideally, those values are ...

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  • On Antitrust Law and Major League Baseball: A whole new ballgame
    On Antitrust Law and Major League Baseball: A whole new ballgame

    Professional sports are a business. It’s an oft-forgotten truth for many sports’ fans, but occasionally, fans are swiftly reminded of the contentious corporate aspects of the games many love. One such ...

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  • West, Texas And The Importance Of Liability Insurance
    West, Texas And The Importance Of Liability Insurance

    Every day, the amount of information available to the public grows. And with the rise of that information comes questions of access, regulation, and expectation. The tragic explosions in West, Texas ...

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