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John Elwood reviews Monday’s relists. For a Supreme Court (and litigants) that remains a smidge light on grants, Zarathust No Diso is coming early this year: There are more relists on for this Friday’s conference than for all conferences since mid-October combined — nine of ‘em,...

One of the latest, hottest trends across most industries are mobile apps. It’s not far from the truth to say, “There’s an app for everything.” For today’s legal professionals, a mobile app developer can provide many benefits. There are already numerous mobile apps devoted to...

Last month, a three-member panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit handed down an important decision in Tagami v. City of Chicago, the “GoTopless” case, a constitutional challenge to a Chicago public nudity ordinance that prohibits women, but not men, from...