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  • Win For Amazon In Giant Defense Contract Dispute

    The Court of Federal Claims has ordered the Pentagon to stop work on its cloud computing contract with Microsoft, a win for former bidder Amazon which asked for the delay. Amazon contends that it lost the Joint...

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  • U of Michigan Law School Alum Says School Misled Him, Revokes Bequest

    A University of Michigan Law School alumnus has revoked $2 million bequest he planned to make because a $150,000 donation he made was spent in a way that he claims was inconsistent with its intent. Lance J....

    • Posted 7 days ago
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  • Cybersecurity Industry Called a Market Failure

    An analysis of in Security Boulevard calls the cybersecurity industry a classic “market failure”, and offers several indicators to buttress that claim. First among them are chronic labor shortages, which are bad and getting worse. A 2019...

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  • Restrictive Covenants Are the Most Effective Trade Secret Protection

    A restrictive covenant that addresses the competitive activities of an employee both during and after the employment relationship is a necessary tool for protecting a company’s trade secrets, according to attorney Chip Collins, writing in IPWatchdog. He...

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  • Up to 25 Years For Maryland Man Convicted of FCPA Violations

    Mark Lambert, former president of Maryland transportation company Transportation Logistics Inc. (TLI) was convicted Nov. 22 of bribing a Russian official in exchange for contracts to deliver nuclear materials to customers in the U.S. The uranium came...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Supreme Court Will Hear Seila Law v. Consumer Protection Agency

    In a major victory for opponents of financial regulation, the Supreme Court has agreed to take up the lawsuit Seila Law vs. the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The case involves a law firm that refused to comply...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • Murdoch Tells Supreme Court California Ripped Him Off

    The U.S. Supreme Court is considering Frederick L. Allen, et al. v. Roy A. Cooper, III, Governor of North Carolina, et al, which will resolve whether state governments have sovereign immunity from copyright claims. In an amicus...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • A Limit on Expert Testimony in Patent Cases

    Expert witnesses in a patent case can testify to a lot of things, but according to attorney Daniel Hanson, obviousness is not one of them. It may be common practice, but in his opinion such testimony should...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • Streaming Giants Lose Round One Of Fight To Avoid Fees

    A Missouri township that is attempting to enforce a local ordinance requiring video service providers to pay five percent of their gross revenues in the form of franchise fees has won round one of the legal fight....

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • Joe Biden’s Brother Problem

    In a scenario reminiscent of the Clinton years, when the Secret Service gave the President’s brother Roger the code name “Headache” and the Rodham brothers were parlaying their family ties into lobbying contracts, Joe Biden’s brother is...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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