Anne-Marie Lofaso (West Virginia) has just posted on SSRN her article, Workers Rights as Natural Human Rights, which is to be published in the University of Miami Law Review. The abstract: We live in an increasingly polarized world: one summed...
Trial & Error undoubtedly improved over the course of its first season, and it deserves a second.
Anyone familiar with internet culture will be familiar with Godwin's law. It goes roughly something like this: the longer a discussion goes on on the internet, the higher the probability that a comparison to Hitler or the Nazis will be made. Show More Summary
Continuing from my previous article, here are some more things that are almost certainly a waste of time in terms of business development (or, at the very least, not the best use of your time). Spending a ton of time writing a great article for publication. There are two things that will likely happen here: […]
Getting your law firm’s marketing message just right can help boost conversion rates and positively impact your profits....
Section 702 -- the statute that allows the NSA to collect internet communications and data in bulk -- is up for renewal at the end of this year. The NSA, thanks to Ed Snowden, faced more of an uphill battle than usual when renewing Section 215 (bulk metadata collections). Show More Summary
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A major common theme: powerlessness or a big workplace power differential.
You are not alone. It is possible to overcome bar exam failure.
The judge don't care.
Even though stories of copyright collecting societies failing to distribute the monies that they collect to artists abound -- we wrote about one just a few weeks ago -- this doesn't seem to discourage others from continuing to bend the rules somewhat. Show More Summary
In a largely bi-partisan vote, the US House of Representatives has passed H.R. 1695, the “Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act of 2017.” The Bill was introduced by Judiciary Committee Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-Va), and co-sponsored by Ranking Member John Conyers (D-Mich), among others. The 378-48 vote included 46 Democratic Nays. It is unclear whether […]
If Trump wants a successful presidency, he must narrowly tailor executive action to fit judicial reality.
Whether they like it or not, in-house lawyers must be holier than the Pope.
This is pretty bold.
A special veterans' court has the ability to hear class actions, an appellate court found.
Affluent people commit white-collar crimes? Tell me more!
Houston trial lawyer Mark Lanier has won $14 billion in verdicts, gives money to Republicans -- and is working to scuttle federal tort reform.
To be clear: fifth generation (5G) wireless should be really impressive when it actually arrives, providing significantly faster mobile broadband speeds at lower latencies. The catch: the 5G standard hasn't even been created yet, and any real deployment of the ultra-fast technology isn't expected to even seriously begin until 2020. Show More Summary
Guess who gets to take advantage of President Donald Trump's new tax plan? Lawyers and their law firms -- which are largely organized as pass-through entities -- will likely benefit greatly, as they'll be able to reduce their tax rate from 39.6 percent to 15 percent. Show More Summary