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The National: The Process of Nominating a Supreme Court Justice

                After the death of Antonin Scalia last February, the Supreme Court has been left with an empty seat for an unprecedented amount of time.

Have you Ever Wondered: What’s that Language on the Back of Your Ski Lift Ticket?

No skier enjoys the process of buying a lift ticket.  It takes forever to get from the car to the ticket window and once you get there you always pay more than you’d prefer.  Right when you think the frustrating part is complete, turn over the ticket and you’ll find a few paragraphs of fine print.  My guess is that many people haven’t read the language or taken

A Tale of Two Courts – Recap of Washington v. Trump

Love him or hate him, President Trump knows how to make a headline. Recently, it seems as though there is only one headline anyone can talk about: Executive Orders. At the time this post was written, President Trump has signed 21 executive actions.

If I find a Woolly Mammoth Tusk, Can I Keep It?

This last quarter we’ve heard some amazing stories about people finding valuable items, particularly the City of Seattle’s find of a wooly mammoth tusk when digging for the waterfront tunnel.  If you are like us, this story probably makes you wonder what would happen if you uncovered a buried treasure or if you found a dinosaur fossil on your own property?

“I’ll take the Amanda Knox Case for $1,000.”

As most everyone knows, Amanda Knox, who was acquitted in 2011 for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher after initially being found guilty and spending almost four years in prison, was recently retried after the prosecution appealed to the Italian Supreme Court.  While Knox returned to the U.S.

Can Boeing Get Going – Legally

As most of us are aware, in recent years and on several occasions The Boeing Company has either picked up and moved some of its key operations outside of Washington or has threatened to do so in the face of union contract negotiations. Why has this been happening so often these days?

What Happens if I Hit a House When I’m Golfing? Make Sure to Hit ‘Em Straight!

Have you ever wondered what happens if you hit house when you’re golfing?

Does the Hope Solo Debate Miss the Larger Issue?

There has been ongoing media attention over the past few months on domestic violence within professional sports.

The President is Being Sued? Really?

If you have been following recent politics at all, you are probably aware that the Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner, has recently taken steps to file a lawsuit against President Obama.

Have you Ever Wondered: What Prevents People from Placing Useless items on the Street?

As the famous Mackelmore song “Thrift Shop” goes: “One man’s trash is another man’s come up”.  (Or if you’ve never heard of Mackelmore, you’ve probably heard the saying “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”) You might have asked yourself at some point, where does “another man” find the “one man

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