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November 26, 2013

When business owners create a corporation as the means of carrying out their business, they create a distinct legal entity with rights, obligations, privileges and liabilities that are different from the individuals who set up the corporation. This generally works to the benefit of the individual owners, which is why people choose to incorporate in the first place. And it means that certain rights specific to individuals do not carry over to the corporate form.

November 17, 2013

Even if the justices remain reluctant to lift their ban on cameras, there's no reason for them to block a live audio feed of their oral arguments. They already provide one for members of the Supreme Court Bar in the court's “Lawyers' Lounge.” Why not provide that same service to everyone else?