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  • Marriott International Hacked

    On March 31 Marriott International announced that it suffered a data breach affecting more than 5 million people. The app it uses to service guests was hacked in mid-January. The breach was discovered in at the end...

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  • California To T-Mobile, Sprint: Not So Fast!

    T-Mobile and Sprint called their merger a done deal on April Fool’s Day, but approval from the California Public Utilities Commission is lacking. The CPUC is scheduled to vote on the merger on April 16. Until it...

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  • Supreme Court Will Soon Decide If 27,000 Health Workers Should Be Deported

    In 2017 the Trump administration rescinded the Obama-era program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which protected the grown children of undocumented immigrants from deportation. The decision was challenged and is now before the Supreme Court,...

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  • They All Won Academy Awards

    A Hollywood Reporter article reveals that Tom Ajamie, a litigator who ran up against Harvey Weinstein when he was investigating a suspect transaction Weinstein was involved in on behalf of the Foundation for Aids Research (amfAR), may...

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  • EPA Will Back Off On Enforcement During Pandemic

    In a carefully worded memorandum, the EPA announced that it would suspend or curtail some types of enforcement. The agency said, for example, that it “does not expect to seek penalties for violations of routine compliance monitoring,...

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  • Another Law Firm Sues China

    A Las Vegas personal injury firm has filed a class action lawsuit against the People’s Republic of China and a number of Chinese entities, including  the city government of Wuhan, on grounds of negligence and public nuisance....

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  • If This Isn’t A Force Majeure, What Is It?

    An advisory from Mayer Brown attorneys looks at the fate of contracts in the context of a pandemic and widespread business shutdowns, specifically the “legal rights of customers associated with the risk of such interruptions,” and then...

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  • Judiciary Will Never Be The Same, Says Texas Supreme Court Justice

    Jury trials have been discontinued, ongoing cases have been significantly delayed and courthouses all over the country are locked due to public safety concerns raised by the pandemic. Some judicial administrators fret about the possibility of assembling a...

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  • Business Is Good For Lawyers Who Do Wills

    Reports of meetings with clients on parking lots, and signing on the hood of a car. In New York electronic notarization is legal, but using Zoom for witnessing is not. Says one attorney: We can take care...

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  • Right To Privacy May Be Democracy’s Last Stand

    Someday soon commercial surveillance will be challenged in a context that eventuates in a Supreme Court decision. It will hinge on a right that some justices don’t acknowledge exists, the right to privacy. As of now, according...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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