Cornell Law Review Volume 99 Issue 5

Reanalyzing Reverse-Payment Settlements: A Solution to the Patentee’s Dilemma

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The Religion of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Applying the Clergy Privilege To Certain AA Communications

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Unitary Innovations and Political Accountability

An important trend in administrative and constitutional law is to attempt to concentrate ever-greater control over the administrative state in the hands of the President. As the Supreme Court recently reminded us in Free Enterprise Fund v. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, one foundation for this doctrinal trend is a fear that diffusing power diffuses [...]

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Embracing Loving: Trait-Specific Marriage Laws and Heightened Scrutiny

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent Windsor opinion, the focus of marriage equality litigation has returned to challenging state gender-specific marriage laws that make a couple’s right to marry a function of their genders. The outcomes of these future legal challenges will be affected by the level of scrutiny that courts apply. To [...]

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Digital Innocence

Recent revelations have shown that almost all online activity and increasing amounts of offline activity are tracked using Big Data and data mining technologies. The ensuing debate has largely failed to consider an important consequence of mass surveillance: the obligation to provide access to information that might exonerate a criminal defendant. Although information technology can [...]

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