"Salami slicing" refers to the practice of breaking scientific studies down into small chunks and publishing each part as a seperate paper. Given that scientists are judged in large part by the number of peer-reviewed papers they produce, it's easy to understand the temptation to engage in salami publication. Show More Summary
In an unusual move, international war crimes judges will Thursday rule Thursday on three appeals cases, including one brought by Congolese warlord Germain Katanga, ordered to pay his victims $1 million in damages. Legal proceedings at...Show More Summary
ISP Grande Communications and the RIAA are continuing their fight in court. US Magistrate Judge Andrew Austin recommends dropping the infringement claims against Grande's management company and the vicarious infringement claim against the ISP itself. Show More Summary
Comedian Howie Mandel, former host of the “Deal or No Deal” game show and a judge on “America’s Got Talent,” has increased the size of his already considerable Southern California residential property portfolio with the just over $2.6 million purchase of a ranch-style residence inside the guarded gates of the celeb-filled Hidden Hills community in […]
Hey Special Ed, what are you and Carter going to do about this? I’ve been on SWAT for almost three years now. How fucked up is our SWAT team? Judge for yourselves. One of the new guys ended up in intensive care after “defensive tactics” training. Show More Summary
Last week, a federal judge pointed out the obvious to the CIA: release-to-one is release-to-all, no matter how the agency's lawyers spin it. The CIA had emailed classified information to certain journalists. When another journalist sought copies of those emails, the CIA handed him fully-redacted versions. Show More Summary
Personal fragrance is a no-no in the world of judging wine, as it interferes with others’ ability to evaluate aromas. As a lover of fragrance as much as wine, this has been the hardest part of my journey. — Read more in Can a Perfume Lover Find Acceptance in the World of Wine Tasting? at […]
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VFX company takes second swipe at movie studios over pirated software, judge issues mixed ruling in Grande Communications lawsuit and Project Gutenberg blocks German visitors after ruling. The post 3 Count: Refiled Guardians appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
AP A Texas judge who shocked a defendant three times with a stun belt to silence him during his own trial violated the man’s constitutional rights, an appeals court has ruled. “Never before have we seen any behavior like this, nor do we hope to ever see such behavior again,” wrote Justice Yvonne T. Show More Summary
The Ohio federal judge overseeing hundreds of opioid lawsuits wants a swift settlement with solutions. But first he must tame skeptical legal lions.
It can seem distinctly unfair to judge developing countries’ practices when it comes to the environment or use of fossil fuels. After all, the western world was able to freely exploit resources before science proved what harm they can cause.
U.S. District Judge Dan Polster in Cleveland told lawyers in the multidistrict litigation to come up with a plan by March 16 over the scope and timing of a “litigation track.
A judge administered multiple electric shocks to a defendant on trial as a “punishment” for not answering his questions properly, an appeals court has heard. Judge George Gallagher ordered Terry Lee Morris to be shocked three times during...Show More Summary
NewsGuard Technologies will use analysts to judge accuracy of 7,500 news and information sites
Note: Is this about the cannabis or the audacity of trying something other than pharma's Risperdal for autism? ### Texas judge weighs whether father who treated autistic daughter with marijuana is fit to be her guardian Christy Zartler had practiced...
(Reuters) - A federal judge pushing for a settlement in lawsuits by state and local governments against drug companies over their roles in the U.S. opioid epidemic said on Wednesday that trials may be needed after both sides identified barriers to reaching a deal.
The House minority leader will make herstory as a guest judge on the drag competition. Here's a sneak peek.