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Don’t Count On Rule Of Law To Keep The U.S. From Falling Apart

Image from Escher: the stairways that turn in on themselves.

Many first learned of the mathematician and logician Kurt Gödel through a book titled Gödel, Escher, Bach, which was a best seller in its time […]

Cheap Bubbly Or Not, Pillow Guy Wasn’t Defamed

According to a New York federal Judge, noted Trumpie, ex-crackhead and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was not libeled when the Daily Mail published a story […]

Friend of the Devil Is a Friend Of Mine

The Satanic Temple (TST), an IRS-recognized Church that calls itself a “nontheistic” religious group, and rejects any notions of devil-worship, etc., has filed a lawsuit […]

Lenin, Stalin, and Scarlett Johansson

In July, noted Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson sued the Disney studios over the streaming release of the movie Black Widow, produced by Disney, starring Johansson, […]

Increase In Legal Tech Spending Next Year

According to a recent survey of 300 senior legal and finance leaders in financial services who are responsible for overall legal spending, most have invested […]

Why Is Holmes In the Dock While Other CEOs Get A Pass?

MN Mosque Bomber Pleads Gender Dysphoria

Elizabeth Holmes sold her idea with the kind of swagger required to turn a  start-up like Theranos into a gold mine, but it was a […]

Some Good Economic News

According to the World Intellectual Property Indicators Report, trademark-filing activity worldwide boomed in 2020, defying a global economic downturn and “signaling vibrant entrepreneurship and the […]

Industry and FBI Cooperating To Fight Organized Retail Crime

Large-scale theft, credit card fraud, gift card fraud, and cargo theft, cost the retail industry $30 billion-plus annually. In order to fight the organized crime […]

Originalism On Steroids

The Supreme Court is poised to decide whether the 2nd Amendment gives Americans an absolute right to carry a loaded gun when they leave home […]

An early take on 2022

When it comes to legal tech, it’s tough going for futurists, especially given the slow emergence of the global economy from the pandemic. Nevertheless, Sarvarth […]