...and this will have absolutely no impact on his confirmation.
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Earlier this year, we mentioned the Texas lawyer Jason Lee Van Dyke in relation to a story in which Twitter, ridiculously, banned Ken "Popehat" White after he wrote about threats from Van Dyke. We had written about Van Dyke years earlier when he sued the Tor Project because a revenge porn site was using Tor. Show More Summary
Microsoft Server Infrastructure is used by corporations throughout the world to effectively manage their data, communication systems, networking capabilities, and much more. It's one of the most important server platforms on earth, which is why specialists are continually in demand. Show More Summary
If you thought this was a dumb letter, trust that the lawyers for AL.com agreed.
Soon their bank accounts will be stuffed like Thanksgiving turkeys.
We've repeated this over and over again, but the Constitutional rationale for copyright is "to promote the progress of science" (in case you're wondering about the "useful arts" part that comes after it, that was for patents, as "useful arts" was a term that meant "inventions" at the time). Show More Summary
Another woman joins the upper echelon of Biglaw leadership.
Maybe next time don't say anything.
More than half of all test-takers failed the exam in its new two-day format.
More now than in the past, people think that big institutions can maintain a personal touch. Do this to retain millennials.
140Law: Here are our Top 10 Legal Headlines for the week of November 20, 2017.For links, visit 140Law at http://wiselaw.blogspot.com - Garry J. Wise, Toronto Visit our Toronto Law Office website: www.wiselaw.net Visit our website: www.wiselaw.net
Here are our leading legal headlines for the week of November 20, 2017 from Wise Law on Twitter: White House reportedly mulls asking judicial nominees to refuse interviews with ABA for ratings News Analysis: Trump Shatters Longstanding...Show More Summary
There's little more chilling to First Amendment freedoms than the possibility of spending decades in jail for documenting a protest that turned into a riot. But that's exactly what independent journalist Alexi Wood is facing. Traveling...Show More Summary
Yeldo v. MusclePharm Corp., 2017 WL 5499588, Case No. 17-11011 (E.D. Mich. Nov. 16, 2017) Yeldo brought a putative class action alleging that MusclePharm used misleading marketing practices to promote its glutamine dietary supplement,...Show More Summary
OmniGen Research, LLC v. Wang, No. 16-cv-268, 2017 WL 5505041 (D. Or. Nov. 16, 2017) After OmniGen successfully moved for a default judgment in its favor due to spoliation of evidence, the court awarded damages on OmniGen’s trade secret, false advertising, and related claims. Show More Summary
President Trump has added five names to his slate of judicial candidates to fill a nonexistent vacancy on the Supreme Court. Welcome aboard to Judges Brett M. Kavanaugh (D.C. Circuit), Amy Coney Barrett (Seventh Circuit), and Kevin C. Show More Summary
In the Blair County Court of Common Pleas case of Swan v. Moorefield, No. 2014 GN 2606 (C.P. Blair Co. Sept. 9, 2017 Kagarise, J.), the court denied a UIM carrier’s Motion to Sever and Stay Bad Faith Claims in a post-Koken matter. According to the Opinion, the Motion to Sever was filed pursuant to Pa. Show More Summary
Cochrane v. Deener, 94 U.S. 780 (1877) It would, perhaps, be desirable if all cases of this sort [i.e., patent cases] could be referred to a commission of intelligent experts and practical men to report their opinion thereon, with their reasons, for the final action of the court. … Neither courts nor ordinary juries are […]