Monday, September 8, 2014

FS WI law & policy review - week of September 1st (part 1)

Recent news and comment on law and policy:

Civil Rights

Examining Students’ Rights, by A. Steven Porter, Madison, Wisconsin Lawyer

Corporations, Securities & Antitrust

Nonprofit Management Faces Liability Risks, by John Trefry, Risk Management

Federalism & Separation of Powers

Act 10: A Postmortem, Federalist Society Madison Chapter, September 10, 2014

The Application of the Disqualification Clause to Congress: A Response to Benjamin Cassady, 'You've Got Your Crook, I've Got Mine': Why the Disqualification Clause Doesn't (Always) Disqualify, by Brian C. Kalt, Michigan State University College of Law, Quinnipiac Law Review, Forthcoming (via Seth Tillman)

Intellectual Property

DMCA: Professional Sports Leagues' Answer to Protecting Their Broadcasting Rights Against Illegal Streaming, comment by Stephanie N. Horner, Marquette Sports Law Review

Litigation

Advance eSheet August 25-29, 2014, Wisconsin Defense Counsel

Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

Little Clients, Big Effect, by Michael C. Lueder, Foley & Lardner LLP, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Lawyer

Learning by Doing: Adding a Clinical Component to a Traditional Family Law Course, by Cynthia Grant Bowman, Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society