I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with this blog all summer. I really don’t need to do a news aggregation blog. I don’t have the time for it, and others are doing it very well already, anyway. So I think I’m going to focus on just giving out random bits of advice and insight into how the legal world affects everyday Hoosiers.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been looking for something to post about, and then I asked myself, What have I been spending way too much time thinking about lately? Basketball, of course, was the obvious answer, and it dawned on me just yesterday: the questions floating out there about Tom Crean’s buyout clause offer me the perfect opportunity to change gears, do something fun, and shake the dust off the old typing fingers. Continue reading How to read a contract, or, The buyout of Tom Crean
It was reported yesterday that Governor Pence will be launching a state-run news service called “Just IN” come February. It probably shouldn’t be a surprise that this move has been met with scorn in a number of corners. Continue reading Pence’s news service – threat to freedom of the press?
Exciting time in the legal world for the purveyor of the TRLB, but now that the courts are in full swing and big things are in the news, we’re back. Expect some content soon.
The Three Rivers Law Blog is taking a nice long holiday. We’ll be back with new stuff sometime in January.
Well, there’s pretty much one thing in the news this week – immigration. (Okay, two things, but we’ll tackle Ferguson in another post, if need be.) This is one of those national issues that everyone cares about, including Hoosiers, which is why I’m covering it here. Continue reading What the President can and cannot do on immigration
Most of the legal world this week has been talking about King v. Burwell, a case from the D.C. Circuit which the Supreme Court announced last Friday it would take up. There are three potential companion cases, one of which is happening right here in Indiana. Strap in for a long ride. Continue reading What the ACA challenge means to Hoosiers
The Indiana Supreme Court has upheld the state’s right-to-work law. In a 5-0 decision, Justice Dickson wrote for the Court. Continue reading Indiana Supreme Court upholds right-to-work law
It’s still early, but it’s looking very likely that the Advance Allen campaign will fail. This is not a big surprise for us. Here’s a quick rundown of what’s at at stake. Continue reading Advance Allen in trouble
No Monday roundup this week. Instead, we’re focused on the election. There are some legal issues that will come out of the results, which we’ll go over as they are announced. Especially paying attention to the Advance Allen campaign.