December 15, 2005

Help the Homeless

by PG

One of my oldest friends is looking for a place to stay in Washington, D.C.:

I need some help to avoid being homeless, I'm moving to DC next month to work for Corporate Executive Board and I need help finding a roommate. Does anyone know anyone who knows anyone who needs one? If you can ask any of your friends or just forward this to them, that would be great.
As any friend of this blog is a friend of mine, I consider this to have been forwarded to my friends, and you are welcome to spread it further. Thanks!

(And now, back to the mysteries -- and boy, are they mysteries to me -- of international commercial arbitration. The only thing I have grasped is that there are situations in which Justice Thomas will deem Congress's interstate commerce power to suffice for legislation's validity. See Citizens Bank v. Alafabco (per curiam decision found that debt-restructuring agreements executed in Alabama by Alabama residents were nonetheless contracts evidencing transactions "involving commerce," whose arbitration clauses were enforceable pursuant to provision of the Federal Arbitration Act).)

December 15, 2005 01:10 AM | TrackBack

Re: Justice Thomas, check out his unanimous opinion upholding federal regulation of state trial procedures in Pierce County v. Guillen, which is always Marty Lederman's favorite example of the death of any serious interpretation of the commerce clause...

Posted by: Will Baude at December 15, 2005 09:04 AM

I will forward this to all of my friends. I am from tx so I can't help you that much, but maybe one of my friends can. I hope you figure something out.

Posted by: Erica at December 28, 2005 11:54 PM
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