Feb 10, 2016 By: Max Milstein
In 2015, Nebraska became the seventh state to repeal the death penalty, and did so through its legislature — even overriding a gubernatorial veto.
Jul 23, 2015 By: Max Milstein
With data (in)security showing up more frequently in the headlines, with occasionally costly results, attorneys have to be concerned with their duty to protect client data from intrusion
May 27, 2015 By: Max Milstein
The Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act provides for authentication of official legal material published electronically, and is being considered by an increasing number of states.
Feb 25, 2015 By: Max Milstein
In Nevada’s recent Democratic gubernatorial primary elections, “None of these candidates” won first place.
Feb 23, 2015 By: Max Milstein
There’s been a great deal of discussion in the legal world recently about the Judicial Conference of the United States’ proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Oct 22, 2014 By: Max Milstein
Often, American democracy itself turns into a judicial question, with many cases are filed each year.
Jul 25, 2014 By: Max Milstein
This past Tuesday, two different federal courts reached opposite conclusions on the Affordable Care Act’s provision of healthcare subsidies to congressional staff
Jun 28, 2013 By: Max Milstein
You may have seen the news, or watched a few hours of it live, but Sen. Wendy Davis, a State Senator in
Apr 16, 2013 By: Max Milstein
2013 is a banner year for legal anniversaries. In January, it was 40 years since Roe v. Wade (410 US 113). March
Mar 25, 2013 By: Max Milstein
Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will be hearing oral arguments in the case of Hollingsworth v. Perry. This case, famously, challenges California’s Constitutional