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One Person With Disabilities Has Filed 180-Plus ADA Lawsuits

A wheelchair-bound man who lives in a residential neighborhood of Oakland, CA., has filed more than 180 American with Disabilities Act lawsuits. A feature article…

Law Firm Shuffle, As Gov’s Deleted-Text Lawsuit Grinds On In Missouri

The Missouri governor’s office, defending a lawsuit filed in 2017 by St. Louis attorney Mark Pedroli, has brought in new legal representation to take over…

Trump Taps Veteran PI Atty For His Censorship Case

The former president has enlisted a legal team headed by John P. Coale, a seasoned, eccentric and highly successful….

Cyber Expert Investigating AZ Election Puzzles His Old Friends

The head of the cybersecurity firm leading the Arizona 2020 vote audit is a nice guy who just went off the rails, according to some…

Bitter Estate Battle Over Robert Indiana’s Work Turns Into Lovefest

When the artist Robert Indiana died in 2018, a high-stakes litigation battle erupted over rights to his work and how it would be handled and…

Turmoil After Law Firm Fires Alleged Trumpies

The president and a name partner at Minnesota’s “largest and nicest bankruptcy law firm” fired two employees, allegedly because he had concluded they were racist…

Challenging The Myth Of The Non-Dischargeable Student Loan

Conventional wisdom has it that student loans are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. The Southern District of New York said as much in a posted public…

Creepy AI Program Can Even Sound Like An AI Skeptic

The output of a program called GPT-3 is so compelling that it could be used to generate misinformation wholesale, at a level of sophistication much…

Law Firm Gives Pillow Guy’s Lawyer The Boot

The lawyer representing Mike Lindell was ousted from law firm Barnes & Thornburgh. Lindell is the Trump ally, election conspiracy promoter and tv salesman for…

Can ‘Defamation Detection’ Be Automated?

An AI application developed by former journalists in Ireland is being touted as an effective first read to flag potential defamation, says an article in…