Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Wisconsin Federalinks Wed July 9th

Milwaukee Chapter events: July 17th Jeremy Rabkin; July 23rd summer reception; August 19th F.H. Buckley;

Recent news and comment on law and policy:

Administrative Law & Regulation

It is Now EZier for Charities to File for Tax Exempt Status, by Melissa S. Kampmann, The Blue Ink, Ruder Ware L.L.S.C.

Telemedicine Services: Steps for Providers Seeking Reimbursement, by Tracey L. Klein and Nicole S. Rosen, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C., Milwaukee

Mission Impossible: Creating the Perfect Provider Compensation Plan, webcast with Lisa M. Gingerich, von Briesen & Roper S.C., Milwaukee

Chevron and the Hobby Lobby Decision, by Michael P. Waxman, Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog

Stealth Regulation: Addressing Agency Evasion of OIRA and the Administrative Procedure Act, by John D. Graham & James W. Broughel, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy: Federalist

Criminal Law & Procedure

Circuit court had jurisdiction to order revocation for refusal despite delay in filing notice of intent to revoke, On Point, Wisconsin State Public Defender, on Marquette County v. Wagenaar, 2013AP2454

US Supreme Court Review: Fourth Amendment Cases, by Michael M. O'Hear, Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog

Environmental Law & Property Rights

High-Capacity Well Permit Protections in Effect, by David A. Crass, Anna J. Wildeman, and Angela A. James, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Madison

Federalism & Separation of Powers

Often-split high court agrees on privacy matters, by Mark Sherman, Associated Press, Wisconsin Law Journal

Free Speech & Election Law

Senator’s Suit Over Obamacare Subsidy Fought by U.S., by Marie Rohde and Andrew Harris, Bloomberg Businessweek, on Johnson V. U.S. Office of Personnel Management, (E.D. Wis., 14-CV-9)

Intellectual Property

Property Rights in the Supreme Court: Limelight and Nautilus, with Aaron M. Panner and Thomas G. Saunders, Practice Group Podcast, Federalist Society

Labor & Employment Law

The latest Supreme Court decisions deal a blow to women and to organized labor, Sojourner Truth audio, Linda Greene, University of Wisconsin Law School, on Harris v. Quinn, USSC 11-681, and Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., USSC 13-354 (via University of Wisconsin Law School)

Labor & Employment Update – July 2014, Boardman & Clark LLP, Madison


The Evolution of Asbestos Litigation at Tulane, by Christopher J. Robinette, TortsProf Blog

Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

Milwaukee lawyer who stole from clients gets prison term, by Jason Silverstein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Religious Liberties

Government: Ruling backs nonprofits’ birth control plan, by Associated Press, Wisconsin Law Journal

Protecting religious freedom — we've seen our Supreme Court, now let's look at The European Court of Human Rights, by Ann Althouse, Madison