The publication/citation debate inflamed by the Eighth Circuit decision has uncertain long-term implications. Among these impacts is the understanding of the parameters afforded federal courts by Article III of the United States Constitution. A number of other significant questions are raised, as well as including the access to and the reliance on the work product of the appellate courts.
J. Thomas Sullivan,
Concluding Thoughts on the Practical and Collateral Consequences of Anastasoff,
3 J. App. Prac. & Process 425
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