Life Imitated E-discovery At Depp-Heard Trial

Writing in eDiscovery Today, Doug Austin reluctantly admits getting sucked into the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial vortex when he glimpsed (on a TV his wife […]

Meta Pays Up For Facial Tagging Without Permission

More than 1.5 million Illinois Facebook users are receiving $397 checks courtesy of The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, plaintiff Carlo Licata, and Chicago attorney […]

A Thin IP Victory For Gibson Guitar

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A jury in federal court in Texas has found that Dean Guitar has infringed Gibson trademarks, including its Dove Wing headstock and the Hummingbird acoustic […]

Survey Finds Soaring Legal Malpractice Claims

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While the frequency of legal malpractice claims has remained stable for years, the cost of claims has reached “troubling new heights,” according to a survey […]

Hangin’ With Heff

Bill Cosby is back in the dock. Prison isn’t an option, but his purse will be further depleted if Judy Huth has her way. Huth […]

DC AG Sues Zuckerberg

Washington, DC, Attorney General Karl Racine is on the offensive against social media. On May 23 he sued Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg for data abuses […]

Rampant Property Insurance Fraud Alleged In FLA

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A law firm that has filed thousands of lawsuits against property insurers over a period of several years and is alleged to have been in […]

Big Fight Over Legal Fees, After $15M Wrongful Death Settlement In Killing Of Elijah McClain

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In the complaint that led to the settlement, the events leading to the death of Elijah McClain, an eccentric young black man in Aurora, CO, […]

What Can You Do With A Few Billion Faceprints?

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Not as much as you could before the recently announced settlement between Clearview AI and the American Civil Liberties Union, according to the ACLU. Clearview […]

New Coverage Available For “Mid-Scale” Renewable Energy Projects

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A new renewable energy facility, to provide expedited policy issuance and uniform conditions for mid-scale solar and battery energy storage system (BESS) risks, has been […]