August 8, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Sarah Crawford of the National Partnership for Women & Families argues that the Supreme Court has made it more difficult for workers to hold employers accountable for supervisor harassment...In June, the US Supreme Court dealt a stunning blow to workers' rights in Vance ...[read more]
July 31, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Rana Rizwan Hussain of Hussain & Associates argues that a recent decision by the Lahore High Court is significant for various reasons, most notably for motivating judicial impartiality and strengthening the rule of law..."In a country governed by laws where the rule of ...[read more]
July 29, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist David J. Hacker of the Alliance Defending Freedom argues that the US Supreme Court's decision in Nassar protects the mixed-motive framework provided for First Amendment retaliation claims...In June, the US Supreme Court decided University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ...[read more]
July 15, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Rae T. Vann of the Equal Opportunity Advisory Council argues that the Supreme Court's ruling in Vance v. Ball State University brought more certainty to Title VII harassment cases, but ambiguity remains ...In an important decision under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of ...[read more]
July 11, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnists William C. Sammons and Lydia S. Hu of Tydings & Rosenberg LLP argue that the US Supreme Court's decision in Maryland v. King correctly furthered the state's interest in solving crimes through the use of DNA...Garnering much national attention in what was described by ...[read more]
July 10, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Bruce Abramson of Rimon PC argues that the US Supreme Court's restraint ensured the protection of useful genetic tools for the foreseeable future...A few months ago, my friend Professor Greg Dolin, MD, JD, Co-Director of the Center for Medicine and Law at the University of ...[read more]
June 20, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Karen Kruger of Funk & Bolton, P.A. argues the decision in Maryland v. King does not raise the specter of wholesale collection of DNA from arrestees...The US Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of the State of Maryland in its opinion in Maryland v. King, a case that ...[read more]
May 23, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Edsel Tupaz of the The Law Offices of Tupaz & Associates argues that the US Seventh Fleet must be held liable for the destruction of the Tubbataha Reefs...On Wednesday April 17, 2013 a number of public interest groups, led by two bishops, environmental experts, human ...[read more]
April 30, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Bruce Abramson of Rimon PC argues that in the absence of sufficient evidence, public policy favors the patentability of genetic tools...The conventional shorthand for the Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad, Inc. case, argued before the Supreme Court on April 15, ...[read more]
April 15, 2013
by John Paul Regan
JURIST Guest Columnist Samar Warsi of the Muslim Civil Liberties Union argues that the international drone policy sets the tone for domestic drone policy decisions...For laws to be effective, they must have ascertainable limits. Clear limits are determined by definitions contained within laws ...[read more]

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