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  • Breaking News: First Six Figure Law School Tuition!

    The July issue of Harper’s has an essay about “the celebrity scandal of the year” – the lengths and expense to which some B List show business personalities went to get their children into good universities. There...

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  • Faster, Cheaper, Smarter: The Future of AI in E-Discovery

    AI found its way into the legal process as part of a complex but still circumscribed function: document review in the context of e-discovery. But this technology has now expanded far beyond document review. In this Today’s...

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  • IP Watchdog Hammers Judge In Qualcomm Case

    Writing in IP Watchdog, James Edwards says federal district Judge Lucy Koh deserves a prize for the worst ever botch of an antitrust case involving patents. His reference is to her ruling in favor of the Federal...

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  • Citgo Implicated In Bribery and Financial Crimes

    A dual citizen of the U.S. and Venezuela, has pleaded guilty to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related charges in the ongoing investigation into bribery at Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) and its Houston-based subsidiary, Citgo. The Justice...

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  • Smile, You’re In a Facial Recognition Study

    Unbeknownst to them, 1700 students, faculty and others at the University of Colorado’s Colorado Springs campus were photographed as part of an effort to improve facial recognition technology. Their images were posted online and available to be...

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  • A Banana is a Banana is a Banana

    U.S. District Court Judge Noel Hillman discussed some of the ways bananas might differ from one another in his ruling that a copyright suit against Kangaroo Manufacturing filed by fellow costume maker Rasta Imposta can proceed. The...

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  • A Formidable Warrior In The Conservative Battle To Reshape The Judiciary

    He heads an advocacy group with the innocuous name “the Article III Project” and is a prodigious money raiser. Orrin Hatch, the former Utah Senator, called him “the tip of the spear,” Justice Gorsuch, for whom he...

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  • Odds Shorten On a Lawsuit Determining Ky Derby Winner

    The owner of Maximum Security, the horse who finished first at the Kentucky Derby but was disqualified after a controversial interference call, is said to be contemplating a lawsuit. The grounds would be denial of due process,...

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  • Somali Workers at Amazon Complain to EEOC

    Somali women working at an Amazon fulfillment center near the Twin Cities have filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, accusing the company of creating a hostile work environment for Muslims and retaliating when they...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Carnival First To Be Sued Under New Cuba Policy

    The 1996 Helms-Burton law strengthened the trade embargo against Cuba and, under title III, authorized compensation claims against foreign companies over the use of assets seized by the Castro regime in 1960. The law allowed the president...

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