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  • Law Firm Sued For Defamation, After Aggressive Move In Bankruptcy Case

    The Massachusetts Court of Appeals has reinstated a defamation case against a law firm, in a ruling denying the law firm’s claim of privilege for some key elements of its defense. Attorney Bruce W. Edmands and his...

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  • Grunts Flummoxed By 21st Century IP Issue

    The “right-to-repair” – or more accurately the absence of one – has been an issue in a variety of spheres (e.g. big farm equipment). Now it’s also affecting the military. This New York Times oped, by a...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • “An Algorithm Did It”: Product Liability Law In The Age of AI

    It’s a certainty that artificial intelligence is being employed more and more widely, that this trend is accelerating, and that many areas where AI is being applied are intrinsically fraught with risk. Some stark examples cited in...

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  • Insider Trading Liability

    Steep sanctions and reputation damage to the company often follow an insider trading event. Insider trading can be an elusive concept, mostly because the law has developed primarily through the judiciary and administrative proceedings. No statute or...

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  • Tesla Sued After Driver Burns to Death

    Liliana Awan, widow of Omar Awan, has filed a lawsuit against Tesla Motors Inc., alleging that her husband died as a result of the vehicle’s battery catching fire and automatic door handles that stopped rescuers from pulling...

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  • Preparing For The California Consumer Privacy Act

    U.S. privacy law will be fundamentally changed on January 1, when the California Consumer Privacy Act becomes effective. Covered businesses will need to provide California residents with a number of privacy-related rights, including the right to know...

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  • Netflix Sued By Mossack-Fonseca, The “Panama Papers” Firm

    The name partners in the law firm that suffered the breach that released the Panama Papers are  suing Netflix for libel and trademark infringement, over their portrayal in “The Laudromat,” a series Netflix began to stream last...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Weinstein Ally Hires Big Firms, Tries Prior Censorship

    Dylan Howard, a former National Enquirer editor who allegedly dug up opposition research on actress Rose McGowan on behalf of her accused rapist, Harvey Weinstein, has hired law firms on three continents in an effort to suppress...

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  • Media Entrepreneur’s Bias Case Against Comcast Goes To High Court

    Byron Allen, a former stand-up comic turned small channel owner, sued cable operators and satellite distributors in 2015 after they refused to license his small channels devoted to topics including criminal justice, cars and pets. He demanded...

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  • Harvard Students Relieved At Law Prof’s Departure

    The blowback from Harvard Law Prof Ronald Sullivan’s decision to join Harvey Weinstein’s legal team forced him to resign as  Faculty Dean of Winthrop House on the Harvard campus, and according to the Harvard Crimson, students there...

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