• More Groups Support Adding Justices to the Supreme Court

    The movement on the left to pack the Supreme Court is gaining momentum. Some evidence that the Court has taken notice came in the form of its June 15 refusal to take up new cases for next...

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  • Is the Party Over For Whistleblowers?

    Three SEC awards to whistleblowers this year are among the top ten ever, including the recent $50 million to a former BNY Mellon currency trader. In all, there has been $114 million awarded to whistleblowers so far...

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  • Sadly, Google Must Sue Sonos

    In January, Sonos sued Google alleging infringement of five patents covering multiroom network speaker systems. Sonos claimed the technology was stolen after Google worked with Sonos to integrate Google Play Music. The suit also claims that Google...

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  • Smartphones Increasingly Targeted As Entry Into Company Networks

    An analysis by cybersecurity company Lookout found that there has been a 37 percent increase in mobile phishing attacks worldwide between the last three months of 2019 and the first few months of 2020. The attacks target...

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  • Rulings on Blockbuster Issues Expected Soon

    Decisions on polarizing issues before the Supreme Court will come in quick succession in the next few weeks. One will decide whether Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects gay and transgender employees from discrimination...

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  • An Enduring Monument to White Entitlement

    Lt. Bob Kroll is the head of the Minneapolis police union and sits on the Minneapolis Police Officers’ Federation’s board, positions he’s held for years. He has been the defendant in several lawsuits that detail a long...

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  • Harvard Law Classes Online for Fall 2020

    Harvard Law School isn’t joining the rush to open up despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Dean John F. Manning circulated a written announcement that classes will be taught remotely during the fall semester. “We have all hoped these...

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  • First Lawsuit Over Trump’s Social Media Order

    The Center for Democracy and Technology,a  technology policy organization, has filed the first lawsuit against President Trump’s executive order targeting social media companies. The order is an attempt to negate Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act,...

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  • Cybersecurity
    Judge Rejects Privilege Claim, Orders Cap One To Turn Data Security Report Over To Plaintiff’s Attorneys

    A Judge from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia has ruled that Capital One must provide a copy of a report prepared by cyberforensics provider Mandiant to attorneys suing Cap One on behalf...

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  • DOJ Soon to Charge Google With Antitrust Violations

    Sources have told the NY Times that the DOJ plans to file antitrust charges against Google as early as this summer. It will be one of the biggest antitrust actions since the late 1990s. State attorneys general...

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