Standing Still – Did the Roberts Court Narrow, but Not Overrule, Flast to Allow Time to Re-think Establishment Clause Jurisprudence?
The Roberts Court has yet to take up the confusion that inhabits religion-clause jurisprudence. The primary case to be discussed here comes at the subject matter indirectly, but importantly, through the issue of standing. With one notable exception, taxpayers-for...Read more
A Multitude of Sins? Constitutional Standards for Legal Resolution of Church Property Disputes in a Time of Escalating Intradenominational Strife
“‘This body willfully confirming the election of a person sexually active outside of holy matrimony has departed from the historic faith and order of the Church of Jesus Christ’ . . . . has ‘divided itself from...Read more
What’s in a Name? Fred Goldman’s Quest to Acquire O.J. Simpson’s Right of Publicity and the Suit’s Implications for Celebrities
The public outcry witnessed in the fall of 2006 over a planned book and television deal featuring Orenthal James (“O.J.”) Simpson thrust the decade-old controversy back into the media spotlight. The book and interview, both titled, Ifl Did It,...Read more