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FLASHBACK: InstaPundit Is Not A News Service. EARLIER I MENTIONED THIS POST by Eugene Volokh, on…

FLASHBACK: InstaPundit Is Not A News Service. EARLIER I MENTIONED THIS POST by Eugene Volokh, on other people’s insistence that he blog topics of interest to them, regardless of whether they were of interest to him. (Pejman also weighs in on this, offering to blog anything the demanders demand, for an adequate fee: “Kids, I’m […]

CIVIL RIGHTS UPDATE: 7th Circuit strikes ban on target practice by minors, and near-ban on firing r…

CIVIL RIGHTS UPDATE: 7th Circuit strikes ban on target practice by minors, and near-ban on firing ranges. More here from Eugene Volokh.

EUGENE VOLOKH ON BUZZFEED: When ‘there is serious reason to doubt’ rumors and allegations, is i…

EUGENE VOLOKH ON BUZZFEED: When ‘there is serious reason to doubt’ rumors and allegations, is it libelous to publish them?

"When ‘there is serious reason to doubt’ rumors and allegations, is it libelous to publish them?"

"[I]s the publisher free to publish them on the theory that it is accurately reporting what has been alleged, even if the allegations are not accurate?"Eugene Volokh does the legal analysis. It's complicated. You have to understand the...Show More Summary

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Eugene Volokh: Silencing professor speech to prevent students from…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Eugene Volokh: Silencing professor speech to prevent students from being offended — or from fearing discrimination by the professors. As always, of course, the concern about offense or discrimination is transparently one-sided.

Brunson:More On Hate Groups And Tax Exemptions

Following up on Saturday's post, Volokh: The IRS May Not Deny Tax Exemptions To ‘Hate Groups’: Sam Brunson (Loyola-Chicago), More on Hate Groups and Tax Exemptions: Over at the Volokh Conspiracy, Eugene Volokh asserts that the IRS cannot constitutionally deny tax exemptions to “hate groups” based on their views, abhorrent...

Volokh:The IRS May Not Deny Tax Exemptions To ‘Hate Groups’

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Washington Post (The Volokh Conspiracy): No, The IRS May Not Deny Tax Exemptions on the Grounds That a Group Is a Supposed ‘Hate Group’, by Eugene Volokh (UCLA): [T]he IRS can’t deny tax exemptions on the grounds that a group “hold[s] views...

Bad Applications of Anti-Harassment Law Should Not Be Used to Justify Mostly Eliminating Anti-Harassment Laws

I agree with the bottom line of Eugene Volokh’s analysis here: Shurtz’s foolish decision to wear blackface at a party to which her students were invited is not legal harassment and, as an isolated incident, should not be a firable offense. (Although I remain unclear what exactly the sanction is: is it just a temporary […]

EUGENE VOLOKH: At the University of Oregon, no more free speech for professors on subjects such as …

EUGENE VOLOKH: At the University of Oregon, no more free speech for professors on subjects such as race, religion, sexual orientation. Again, contrary to the university’s explicit assurances in its free speech policy, the university report shows that “[t]he belief that an opinion is pernicious, false, and in any other way despicable, detestable, offensive or […]

Volokh:Punishment Of Tax Prof Nancy Shurtz Means The End Of Free Speech At The University of Oregon

Following up on my previous posts (links below); Washington Post (The Volokh Conspiracy): At the University of Oregon, No More Free Speech for Professors on Subjects Such as Race, Religion, Sexual Orientation, by Eugene Volokh (UCLA): Last week, the University of Oregon made clear to its faculty: If you say...

Court Tells Nursing Home Company That Law Firm's Ads Targeting It Are Not A Form Of Trademark Infringement

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Eugene Volokh of the Volokh Conspiracy points to a recent Georgia Supreme Court decision [PDF] that lets trademark holders know that just because some use of their trademark is less than complimentary doesn't mean the use "tarnishes"...Show More Summary

Eugene Volokh vs. Deborah Rhode on hostile environment and ABA 8.4(g)

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

At last month’s Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, Eugene Volokh debated Deborah Rhode on whether hostile environment law on and off campus often violates the First Amendment. The discussion also got onto Model Rule 8.4Show More Summary

Higher education roundup

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Colleagues demand Oregon law prof resign over Hallowe’en costume [Paul Caron/TaxProf; Eugene Volokh (“We have reached a bad and dangerous place in American life, and in American university life in particular.”)] Title IX and expression:...Show More Summary

D.C. Police Versus Veteran With PTSD

Eugene Volokh: Veteran suffering from PTSD calls suicide hotline, admits to gun ownership, but repeatedly explains he doesn’t have a weapon at the ready. His interlocutor calls D.C. police anyway, who send in SWAT. He surrenders. Police search his home, see nothing concerning in plain view. Hours later, they re-enter, rip the place apart — […]

GOOD ADVICE FROM EUGENE VOLOKH: Good lawyers don’t deplore their judges and jurors — advice to …

GOOD ADVICE FROM EUGENE VOLOKH: Good lawyers don’t deplore their judges and jurors — advice to the young and politically minded. My advice: Stop deploring. Hillary Clinton’s condemnation of half of Trump supporters as a “basket of deplorables” was a famous wrong move on her part (as Romney’s 47 percent comment had been a wrong […]

RIP Don Kates, Second Amendment Pioneer

Don B. Kates, a pioneer in the revival of the Second Amendment, has died at 75. Eugene Volokh writes in the Washington Post that  Don wrote “Handgun Prohibition and the Original Meaning of the Second Amendment,” 82 Mich. L. Rev. 204Show More Summary

Volokh:Oregon Law Profs' Attempt To End Colleague's Career Over Halloween Blackface Costume Marks 'Dangerous Place In American University Life'

The Washington Post (Volokh Conspiracy): Oregon Law Professors Call for Colleague to Resign for ‘Black Man in a White Coat’ Halloween Costume, by Eugene Volokh (UCLA): Paul Caron (Tax Prof Blog) has the story; see also here. My view: There’s nothing inherently racist about using dress or makeup to pretend...

October 26 roundup

4 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Fuller investigation of that “reputation management” ruse of filing dummy court cases with the aim of getting critical web posts taken down [Eugene Volokh and Paul Alan Levy, Levy first and second followups, earlier here and here] “When...Show More Summary

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