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    Relying on two exceptions to the general rule that “a contract cannot bind a nonparty,” EEOC v. Waffle House, 534 U.S. 279 (2002) — and arguing for a new exception — Northbound Group Inc. tried to hold a nonparty (Norvax Inc.) liable for alleged breach of an asset purchase agreement by a Norvax subsidiary (Leadbot LLC) in a federal case governed by Illinois law.
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    Among the most sacrosanct rights of U.S. citizens is the right to vote, and perhaps the best-known principle of voting rights is the expression “one person, one vote.”
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    One of my favorite classic movies of the 1940s is “Everybody Comes to Rick’s.” You may know it under its final production name — “Casablanca.”
  • Criminal Procedure

    With the U.S. Supreme Court beginning its new term, it is time to ask what we can look forward to in the area of criminal procedure.
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