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Never Mind Elon Musk, Repeal Section 230

No matter which gazillionaire runs Twitter, the fundamental facts about social media remain constant, writes Matt Stoller — they are addictive, they depress us, they […]

Amazon GC Lets His Emotions Draft His Memo

After a wide-ranging discussion about how Amazon might acquire Covid tests and protective masks for its workers, solve the Covid problem for the world, and […]

Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory Names Atul Dubey as Head of Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.

NEW YORK, April 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory has announced the appointment of Atul Dubey as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Wolters Kluwer […]

DOJ Demands FOIA Transparency

Attorney General Merrick Garland has issued a memo directing heads of executive agencies and departments to favor transparency and disclosure when considering Freedom of Information […]

Patent System Broken, Says Law Prof

George Mason University law professor Adam Mossoff argues that the U.S. patent system, once an engine of innovation, has been broken “by an inane Supreme […]

Appeals Court Will Decide if Student Athletes Are School Employees

In 2021, the Supreme Court ruled that college sports are a profit-making enterprise, and college athletics are no longer exempt from the normal operation of […]

That’s How We Do It In Texas, Partner

The U.S. House has passed The Emmett Till Anti-lynching Act, making lynching a federal hate crime. It had bipartisan support, with only three votes against […]

ADA Title III Lawsuit Filings Way Up 2021

A commentary on the Seyfarth ADA blog notes that the world has become more accessible since 2013 when the firm started keeping track of ADA Title III filings, yet 2021 […]

“TRUMP TOO SMALL” Greenlighted By The Federal Circuit

A panel of The Court of Appeals For the Federal Circuit has ruled that the Patent and Trademark Office violated the First Amendment when it […]

Clerk Kicks Attorneys Out Of Courtroom For Covid Protocol Violation

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit imposes Covid protocols on attorneys arguing before it, one of which is a strict limit on the […]