When a court initially issues a unanimous decision in favor of one litigant but later renders a unanimous decision for the other litigant, the court undermines its own legitimacy, writes Emory University School of Law professor Jonathan R. Nash.
Fifth Circuit makes curious about-face in Katrina litigation
The National Law Journal
November 19, 2012
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