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Expert Commentary Available Before and After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

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Is Obama’s Executive Order On Immigration Constitutional? Expert Weighs In

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Immigration Reform via Executive Order: Expert Available

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Wash U Expert: Supreme Court Case Against Affordable Care Act Has No Merit

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‘Re-Assembling Labor’: Unions Could Do Well to Remember Roots of Assembly

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While political and judicial rhetoric around unions has softened in recent years, images of the past still haunt today’s labor movement, argue two Washington University in St. Louis researchers. In “Re-Assembling Labor,” published online Nov. 5 in Social Science Research Network, the authors seek to draw the lessons of assembly into contemporary labor law — to re-assemble labor law around the theory and doctrine of assembly that formed its early core.

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International Scientific Society Reacts to L'aquila Seismologists Acquittal

The following statement is attributable to Christine McEntee, Executive Director and CEO, American Geophysical Union:

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Political Expert Available at McConnell Press Conference

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Law Research Article Paints Dismal Picture for Litigation Against Greenhouse Gas Emitters

The article, “Pleading Patterns and the Role of Litigation as a Driver of Federal Climate Change Legislation,” by Juscelino F. Colares, with a statistical assist from Kosta Ristovski, is based on an analysis of 178 federal and state lawsuits and the pleading patterns that emerge from those cases. Their findings suggest that greenhouse gas (GHG) emitters, if not motivated by fear of litigation, are unlikely to shift from blocking to supporting emissions-restricting legislation.

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Kentucky Senate Matchup: Louisville Expert Discusses McConnell v. Grimes

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Environmental Law Scholar and Maryland Carey Law Professor Robert Percival Available for Commentary on Record EPA Fine for Hyundai and Kia

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