The D.C. Circuit held today that the Federal Communications Commission has the power, under the Telecommunications Act of 1996, to require Internet service providers (ISPs) to "adhere to open network management practices." Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission, No. 11-1355 (D.C. Cir. Jan. 14, 2014).

But the panel also ruled that, because the FCC had chosen

About 76 years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt hatched a plan for bending to his will a recalcitrant and obstructive (by his lights) U.S. Supreme Court. The Court at the time consisted of seven Republican appointees and two Democratic ones.

As the Senate Committee on the Judiciary explains what happened:

To counter the impact of the Court's decisions

Brigantine Making Sail

A brigantine making sail — perhaps to escape spoliation.

Have you noticed how many e-discovery pros have e-merged in the last decade to offer e-services? Some promise low, low prices, vow super se-cure review platforms in the cloud, and guarantee nearly-omniscient pre-dictive coding software? They call, text, or e-mail you e-very day.

You may treat

Church & Dwight bills itself as "one of the fastest growing Consumer Packaged Goods companies" and as "a leader in the Household Consumer Products and Personal Care industry, with such brands as ARM & HAMMER, Trojan, First Response, Nair, Spinbrush, Oxi Clean, Orajel and more."

Note the "Trojan" bit.

In June 2009, the Federal Trade Commission

As our oil-and-gas trial prepares to drill into day eight, Blawgletter pauses to reflect on events outside DeRidder, Louisiana, the charming and friendly seat of Beauregard Parish.

The news that most caught our eye involves the case that took our breath away in law school more than any other — Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942).

Today, a