Howard M. Wasserman Guest

Howard M. Wasserman is Professor of Law at FIU Law.

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01.11.17 Argument analysis: “The train jumped the track and it went in an entirely wrong direction” — the court considers the causation standard for imposing sanctions
01.03.17 Argument preview: Bad-faith discovery sanctions, inherent authority and direct causation
04.26.16 Opinion analysis: Improper motive can violate the First Amendment, even with a factual mistake
01.20.16 Argument analysis: The First Amendment, political inactivity, and improper government motive
01.12.16 Argument preview: The First Amendment, public employment, and misperceived political association
12.08.15 Opinion analysis: Removing discretion in convening three-judge district courts
11.05.15 Argument analysis: “Wow . . . That’s my comment” – a passive Court and a predictable outcome on three-judge courts
10.19.15 Argument preview: Is a three-judge court “not required” when a pleading fails to state a claim?
04.23.15 Opinion analysis: Clear statements, sovereign immunity, and timeliness
01.21.15 Opinion analysis: Finality, appealability, and single-claim actions
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