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We're going to pull another switcheroo this week and present things out of order, so that it's easier to give our first-place insightful winner its proper context. Thus, we start with our first editor's choice for insightful — a comment...Show More Summary

Connecticut SC backs $41.7M verdict against school for failing to warn of tick bites

The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled “that schools have a duty to warn parents and students of potential hazards associated with field trips – in particular, dangerous insect bites – and let stand a $41.7 million verdict to a student...Show More Summary

Right to a Jury Trial in Patent Validity / Revocation

by Dennis Crouch Oil States Energy Services, LLC, v. Greene’s Energy Group, LLC., now pending before the Supreme Court raises one important question: Issue: Whether inter partes review … violates the Constitution by extinguishing private property rights through a non-Article III forum without a jury. Show More Summary

Short Non-Precedential Opinions?

by Dennis Crouch Many of us have been criticizing the Federal Circuit new proclivity to issue no-opinion judgment – particularly in patent cases stemming from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. The Court appears to be experimenting with a new method – short non-precedential decisions.  I highlight two decisions released on August 17: Gold Standard Instruments v. […]

This Week In Techdirt History: August 13th - 19th

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Five Years Ago This week in 2012, while Amazon was realizing it had little choice but to get in on the patent portfolio buying game, Google was launching a prior art finder to help stop bad patents — though some worried it might be used by trolls to find targets. Show More Summary

On expanding the term “terrorism”

The “terrorism” label throws civil liberties onto the defensive, and frequently serves as a “thought-terminating cliché” justifying expansion of official power. Don’t casually extend it to political or hate-fueled violence generallyShow More Summary

“It would have been career suicide to defend me.”

Google Echo Chamber, or Google Hush? Cathy Young interviews now-ex Google programmer James Damore (earlier here, here, and here). Heather Mac Donald writes on how some workplaces are being remade in the image of college speech codesShow More Summary

The illustrated encyclopedia of the roman empire pdf

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Business intelligence and analytics systems for decision support pdf

Picture thinking about your business; At the end of the day, compelling visuals help you quickly grasp what the data has to tell you. Related data together from many sources for the purposes of reporting – below is a short glossary with definitions for commonly used manufacturing BI terms. Here’s how real, why not add […]

Welcome To The Technological Incarceration Project, Where Prison Walls Are Replaced By Sensors, Algorithms, And AI

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

At heart, a prison is a place where freedom is taken away, and inmates are constrained in what they can do. Does that mean a prison has to consist of a special building with bars and prison guards? How about turning the home of a convicted...Show More Summary

How Robyn Pollack Plans To Boost The Attraction And Retention of Millennial Women At Law Firms

She thinks firms should be investing in millennial women to build the next generation of leaders.

The Dangerous Rise Of Unproductive Entrepreneurship

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

For many years now, we've talked about Andy Kessler's concept of political entrepreneurs vs. market entrepreneurs. In Kessler's telling, market entrepreneurs are the kind of entrepreneurs that people usually think about -- the ones creating startups and high growth companies and the like. Show More Summary

Court Revives Slavery Quote Libel Suit Against NYT

Walter Block, an economics professor, will be remembered for his statements in the New York Times more than for his lectures. In 2014, the Times quoted him in an article about scholars at the Mises Institute who "championed the Confederacy." Block, an adjunct instructor at the institute, described slave......

Authenticity on Social Media Is the Key to Brand Success

When it comes to online marketing for lawyers and law firms, one of the hottest areas that lawyers are investing in is social media. However, those "promoted" posts and advertisements on social media might not help as much as naturally good content that's consistent with your branding. For the......

Why Your Law Firm Needs a Tech Committee

If you were on a rocketship going to the moon, how long would it take to get there? Oh wait, you don't have a rocketship and you don't know how to command one anyway. So basically, you're not going to make it. That's kind of the problem with many......

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