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Vermont Law School found a somewhat receptive Second Circuit as it defended a ruling allowing it to permanently cover murals depicting the Underground Railroad without violating an artists’ rights law.
Sullivan & Cromwell, after surviving a push to kick it off the FTX bankruptcy, stands to reap huge fees to sort out the finances of Sam Bankman-Fried’s fallen crypto empire.
Beyond Abortion: The Fight Over Fetal Personhood Is Here
When do legal rights begin, at birth or before that? This video looks at the fetal personhood movement, and what it could mean for the future of abortion. We explore its history and the constitutional argument underpinning it.