In “Secrets & Suspicionless Policing: A Fundamentally Anti-Democratic Mix”, Catherine M. Grosso cites Chapter 5 of ALI’s Principles of the Law, Policing, when exploring the scope of police investigations without individualized suspicion or particularized evidence.
This article draws on data from previous publications that provide annual updates on ICWA appeals, giving a description of appellate data trends while also highlighting key appellate decisions from jurisdictions across the country.
Analyzing 25 years of international investment dispute data, this Article’s findings challenge the conventional wisdom that the “ropes” are effective in chilling energy government policies.
This Article presents findings from a systematic examination of the inclusion of parental disability in state termination of parental rights laws.
Justices heard arguments in Tyler v. Hennepin County, Minnesota to assess if taking and selling a home to satisfy a debt to the government, and keeping the surplus value as a windfall, violates the Fifth Amendment’s takings clause and if the forfeiture of property worth far more than needed to satisfy a debt, plus interest, penalties, and costs, is a fine within the meaning of the Eighth Amendment.
This Survey covers cases decided by American state and federal appellate courts during 2022, focusing on cases that may contribute something new to the development or understanding of conflicts law—and in particular choice of law.