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  • Higher Ed Wants Liability Protection

    Many colleges and universities expect they will reopen in the fall with person-to-person classes. When they do, they could face an unpredictable and potentially intractable financial problem: the cost of liability lawsuits alleging failure to protect students...

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  • Avoiding The Snare Of “Green Crime”

    The prevalence of environmental malfeasance, labeled “green crime” in this post from a compliance consultant, is said to have reached the crisis stage, with an estimated dollar value of $250 billion per year. In quantitative terms it’s...

    • Posted 3 days ago
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  • In The UK: Virus Passports For Football?

    A system that integrates coronavirus testing with a “digital health passport” is said to have been developed by a company in the UK.  Noting the devastating impact the pandemic has had on the economy, and specifically on...

    • Posted 5 days ago
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  • Law Professor Accused Of Rape Wins Million Dollar Defamation Case

    A University of Minnesota law professor who had been accused by a woman of raping her in a startlingly violent encounter has won more than $1 million in a defamation suit. The judge ruled that the woman’s...

    • Posted 6 days ago
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  • Work-At-Home Strategies For In-House Lawyers And Contract Managers

    A post from contract management firm ContractPodAi discusses some pitfalls in the work-from-home scenario and how to avoid them. Distractions are one of them. Difficult as it may be, some elements of office life and its routine...

    • Posted 6 days ago
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  • Two Mainstream Media Groups Support Fox In Coronavirus Lawsuit

    In a lawsuit filed by a Washington state consumer group against Fox News, two mainstream news organizations have filed amicus briefs on the side of Fox. The plaintiff consumer group, the Washington League for Increased Transparency and...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • Covid Litigation Dog Not Barking

    An anticipated surge in litigation blaming companies for exposing workers and consumers to the coronavirus at this point shows no signs of materializing. The presumed litigation onslaught is the premise upon which a largely Republican effort to...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • In Celebrity Law Firm Ransom Attack, Hackers Up The Ante, Threaten Trump

    New York’s Grubman, Shire, Meiselas & Sacks has been hit with a crippling ransom attack by the hacker group REvil, which is threatening to reveal personal information about clients who include marquee names like Lady Gaga, Madonna,...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • “Mistakes Will Be Made”: Two Med Mal Firms Pledge No Lawsuits Over Covid Errors

    Two Texas law firms with a medical malpractice specialty have pledged not to sue over efforts by healthcare providers in their handling of Covid-19 patients. In similarly-worded statements, the two firms lauded medical personnel who they said...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • Money Laundering And Anti-Terrorist Risk Management For Lawyers

    Although lawyers are not regulated to the extent that bankers are with regard to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) compliance, they are advised to be cautious in this area and “to act a bit more like...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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