Welcome

Hi!

Welcome to this blog. Please feel free to read more about me or my project, which is the purpose of this blog, and skim the table of contents.

Read the rest of this entry

Advertisements

The Spectacular History of the Court of Claims

The Spectacular History of the Court of Claims

seal-color125

Read the rest of this entry

Prime Examples of Private Bill for a Tort Claim (Be Careful in Palisades Park, and the Other Perils of Prohibition)

Prime Examples of Private Bill for a Tort Claim (Be Careful in Palisades Park, and the Other Perils of Prohibition)

 

Very short post here- came up while I was trying to update count the number of private bills passed. This is exactly what the (amended) FTCA would encompass, but in 1917 was dealt with via private bill. Also interesting that lawyers could not collect more than 10% of this money.

tort claim private mob

Update- Another gem:

pbill

{Off-topic} The (Dormant) Angry Birds Commerce Clause

{Off-topic} The (Dormant) Angry Birds Commerce Clause

Angry-Birds-Credit-Card

Read the rest of this entry

Is H. R. 6116 Constitutional?

Is H. R. 6116 Constitutional?

virgin-islands-np-l

Read the rest of this entry

“The King Can Do No Wrong” as American Political Attack Rhetoric

“The King Can Do No Wrong” as American Political Attack Rhetoric

locofo

Read the rest of this entry

FTCA Suit of the Day: Feres and Football

FTCA Suit of the Day: Feres and Football

football

Read the rest of this entry

Langford v. United States: The Court Rejects “The King Can Do No Wrong”?

Langford v. United States: The Court Rejects “The King Can Do No Wrong”?

Or, No More Kings?

schoolhouse

Read the rest of this entry

Early “Lawfare” in 1812: Fallout from Fayal

Early “Lawfare” in 1812: Fallout from Fayal

Read the rest of this entry