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Google v. Oracle "Copyfight" Goes to SCOTUS: Post-Argument Discussion
Barrett's Administrative Law Opinions Should Be Given Due Deference
Antitrust Populism and the Conservative Movement [Event Video]
Letter for the Record on the Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court
Statement for the Record on Antitrust, Digital Ad Markets, and the Rule of Law
FTC v. Qualcomm: The Recent Ruling On Antitrust Adventurism [Event Video]
Letter for the Record on Antitrust from Conservative and Free Market Leaders
Committee for Justice Files Amicus Brief in Nathan Van Buren v. United States
John Roberts Has Gone Full Anthony Kennedy
Event Video: Agency Independence, Presidential Power, and Seila Law v. CFPB
September 10, 2020
Interview with Curt Levey of the Committee for Justice and John Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation.
May 31, 2020
Severino, former Thomas law clerk Erik Jaffe and author Ralph Rossum shared their memories and thoughts about the justice in a Committee for Justice webinar.
June 21, 2017
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling allowing an Asian-American rock band to trademark their name "The Slants" could let the Washington Redskins keep the trademark to their controversial name.
During the Obama administration, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) told the rockers they couldn't trademark The Slants because it was offensive...
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