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Everything or Nothing: The Copyright History of James Bond

No Time to Die is Eon Productions’ 25th film in the Bond canon and the last film in Daniel Craig’s tenure as 007. But as often happens in a long-enduring and hugely profitable enterprise, conflicts in the courtroom over who is owed a piece of MI6’s most famous agent have given Bond several adversaries.

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Reigning Supreme: All About the Highest Court in the United States

The Supreme Court of the United States, otherwise known as SCOTUS, is the highest tribunal in the nation for all cases and controversies arising under the Constitution. Let’s take a closer look at SCOTUS and see what unique resources you can find in HeinOnline.

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Stay in the Know with SCOTUS Cases this 2019-2020 Term!

Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States began hearing three separate cases which could determine whether LGBTQ people are protected in the workplace by the 1964 Civil Rights Act. With Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases you can stay in the know with these upcoming cases!

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Capital Punishment Research Resources in HeinOnline

Capital punishment is one of the most controversial issues facing global society. Many countries have abolished the death penalty. Those which have not include the United States, China, India, Japan, and most Islamic states. The U.S. is the only Western nation still using capital punishment.

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The Supreme Court and Workers’ Rights

Three cases were brought before the Supreme Court on May 21st, involving tens of thousands of nonunion employees to rule whether or not class action waivers were a violation of the National Labor Relations Act.

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Citizens United and Its Impact on Campaign Financing: A Brief Overview

Money and politics have strolled hand-in-hand since the founding of the United States, when wealthy, well-connected candidates financed their own political campaigns. In fact, George Washington spent about $8,000 in today’s currency on alcohol to “treat” voters on election day.

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Marriage Equality and Religious Freedom

Five years ago, two gay men were turned away by the Christian owner of a bakery in Lakewood, Colorado because of his religious beliefs. The case has been in court ever since and will be heard by the Supreme Court in its new term, which began on October 2nd.