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Tiffany & Co. is taking on discount store Costco over counterfeit goods. [The Fashion Law] An in-depth look behind Sixth Circuit Judge Damon Keith's powerful dissent in Ohio's voting rights case. [Slate] The first successful veto override of the Obama presidency is for a bill to let the families of victims of 9/11 sue Saudi Arabia. [New York Times] We're having a birthday! [Law and More] The basics of courtroom etiquette.
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