Friday, June 29, 2012

Still Here

Seriously, I'm alive and well. I have been busy at work, which is a good thing. But, there also have not been too many interesting customs law developments of late. Certainly not anything that seems to warrant a post. I'll get to the gold works case soon enough. I even looked at the healthcare decision to see whether the Supreme Court used the Harbor Maintenance decision as a basis for defining the healthcare penalty as a tax. It didn't.

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. I intend to keep posting. If anyone has any topics they think might merit a post, let me know. Otherwise, I'll be on the lookout for things. My normal goal (which I often fail to meet) is a post a week. Let's see whether we can't get back to that.

1 comment:

Sarah said...

Glad to hear you’ve been busy. It doesn’t really tie into your field of expertise completely, but I know of a recent decision to cut funding to a government program that allows students to gain information on outside schools to attend. I’m not really sure how relevant that is, but it happened, and it’s being met with all sorts of the typical hullabaloo one would expect from such a decision, particularly from those involved in running the program.