The law is an ever-evolving and unpredictable thing. As are the courts and their judges – whether dead or alive. The conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court typically has no difficulty finding reasons to vacate or reverse a decision from the notoriously liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.Read more »
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‘Not for Eternity’ – Implications From The Supreme Court Reversal of a Deceased Judge’s Ruling Posted on: March 28, 2019 In: Labor & Employment
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