Reports on the Question Is Harsh Criticism of a Commission Headed by an Indian Supreme Court Justice a Reasonable Basis for Contempt Lawsuit against the Critic?
Reports on the Accomplishments, Outcomes and Posture of the US Supreme Court in 2013-2014 Term
The U.S. Supreme Court granted cert to many important issues, and adjudicated many related lawsuits in the concluded 2013-2014 Term. In resolving these important lawsuits, the U.S. Supreme Court tilted to more conservative posture without completely overturning any of the major landmark holdings but nevertheless denting many of them in a nuanced manner. Continue reading
Reports on State of Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Decision on Collective Bargaining Rights of Public Workers
Gurumurthy Kalyanaram – Former Dean and former NYIT and UT Dallas professor Gurumurthy Kalyanaram reports on State of Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Decision on Collective Bargaining Rights of Public Workers.
The Unions filed lawsuits in the State Courts against Act 10 of the State of Wisconsin. The State of Wisconsin legislature, supported and encouraged by the Governor, passed a legislation that severely curtails the collective bargaining rights of public workers. The legislation – Act 10 — was passed in 2011. Act 10 specifically limited bargaining rights to pay raises within the rate of inflation. Continue reading