All it took was a few years for the state's passage rate to plummet.
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But make no mistake, this was a racist decision.
We've been discussing for a while now about how the MPAA, with the help of the Copyright Office, has been propping up the complete myth that the FCC's plan to create more competition in the cable set top box space involves violating the copyrights of studios. Show More Summary
This is how one state bar association is supporting it members and helping them practice law more effectively in the 21st century.
We've been explaining this since it was first proposed two years ago: but the IANA transfer away from the Commerce Dept. is a good thing on a variety of important levels. Earlier this year, we did a more thorough explaination on whyShow More Summary
Moving tables is a bigger deal than you think.
Here is your daily LawFact from Wise Law for Thursday September 22, 2016. Today we are talking about Wills and Estates. A video posted by Wise Law Office (@wiselaw) on Sep 22, 2016 at 6:25am PDT A last will can leave instructions for who will have custody of the deceased's children. Show More Summary
After the launch of Apple’s new products on September 7th, I thought this episode of New Solo might already be outdated, but I don’t get my new iPhone 7 until October so I figured I’d learn some new tricks for the next month at leas...
We've long noted how the FCC's decision to avoid prohibiting zero rating (exempting your own or a paid partner's content from usage caps) opened the door to letting incumbent ISPs trample net neutrality -- if they're just creative enough about it. Show More Summary
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It's not always the best law schools whose grads perform the best on the bar exam: For the third year in a row, FIU Law posted the greatest passing percentage out of all Florida law schools. Which one did the worst? We'll have more on this later. Show More Summary
“The New York City Police Department takes in millions of dollars in cash each year as evidence, often keeping the money through a procedure called civil forfeiture. But as New York City lawmakers pressed for greater transparency into...Show More Summary
Of the many forms of police harassment faced by communities of color, “driving while back” is probably the most well-known, well-documented, and prominently used method. The underpinnings for police to racially profile black motorists—the...Show More Summary
As you may have heard, Chelsea Manning, who leaked a ton of State Department cables to Wikileaks and is now in jail for decades, attempted suicide earlier this year. And the Army's response is to threaten her with indefinite solitary confinement to punish her for the attempt. Show More Summary
Over the last few years, we've well documented the abysmal security in the internet of things space. And while refrigerators that leak your Gmail credentials are certainly problematic, the rise in exploitable vehicle network security is exponentially more worrying. Show More Summary
I join Trevor Burrus and Caleb Powell in this Cato Audio (34:32) on the Supreme Court, last term and this, in transition from the Scalia era to whatever is coming next. Tags: on TV and radio, Supreme Court Cato audio: a stalled Supreme Court? is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
Taking a phone call for one client while meeting with another leaves a terrible impression. [Reboot Your Law Practice] Constitution Smonstitution. A look at Trump's new plan. [Huffington Post] The Avengers are taking a side in this year's election. Show More Summary
You might be forgiven if you were under the impression that the Russian government is a bit behind the times when it comes to modern technology and its never ending desire to stifle every last bit of dissent possible. Between the bouts...Show More Summary
Bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami has a lawyer: a seasoned New York City public defender and vigorous critic of the criminal justice system who has represented other terrorism suspects.