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Vacca and Bartow on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Copyright Jurisprudence @RyanVacca @profabartow

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Ryan G. Vacca, University of New Hampshire School of Law, and Ann Bartow, Franklin Pierce Center for IP at UNH Law, are published Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Copyright Jurisprudence in volume 22 of the Nevada Law Journal (2022). Here is the

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Nominations Open for 2021 American Legal Technology Awards

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Nominations open today for the second annual American Legal Technology Awards , a competition launched last year to honor exceptional achievements in legal technology.

Livingstone on Equal Treatment and the Free Speech Clause @Yale

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Spencer G. Livingstone, Yale University, has published Equal Treatment and the Free Speech Clause. Here is the abstract. The traditional Free Speech Clause burden is a law that directly impedes speech interests and that courts can remedy through invalidation.

BYU Law Students Develop Web Resource To Address Flaws In Expungement Process

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Eight students in the LawX legal design lab at BYU Law have developed an online resource, called Goodbye Record , that is designed to address flaws in the process for expunging criminal records in Utah and potentially other states as well.

McConnell's Republican Senate posse picks up where Trump left off — in schools

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You haven’t highlighted anything yet When you select text while you’re reading, it'll appear here. Republicans want to defund schools that teach America's history of racism By Dean Obeidallah MSNBC First, the GOP declared its war on voting access after President Joe Biden's election victory.

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May Regulatory Dates: Auction Applications for AM and FM Construction Permits for New Radio Stations, New DTS Rules, License Renewals and More

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May is somewhat lighter on broadcast regulatory dates and deadlines than some recent months, but there are still dates to note. Among other things, the FCC will begin the process of auctioning 140 construction permits for new AM and FM radio stations across the country.

Horder on Online Free Speech and the Suppression of False Political Claims

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Jeremy Horder, London School of Economics, Department of Law, is publishing Online Free Speech and the Suppression of False Political Claims in the 2021 volume of the ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law. Here is the abstract. This article

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Chauvin on Anthony Leaker's Against Free Speech: Shadowboxing with Free Speech Principles (Book Review) @SCLawReview

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Noah Chauvin is publishing Anthony Leaker's Against Free Speech: Shadowboxing with Free Speech Principles in the South Carolina Law Review. Here is the abstract. This essay is a review of Anthony Leaker’s book "Against Free Speech." In his book, Professor

VC Tim Draper Invests $1M In Blockchain-Based Dispute Resolution Platform

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Billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper , known for early investments in companies such as Twitter, Skype and DocuSign, has invested $1 million in seed capital in Jur , a blockchain-based dispute resolution platform founded in Switzerland.

The Lawyers of Substack

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This week, David Lat, who founded the blog Above the Law in 2006, and who earlier, in 2004, started the anonymous blog Underneath Their Robes , and who left blogging two years ago to take a job as a legal recruiter, is returning to writing as a full-time livelihood.

Intapp Says It Will Acquire Content Management Company Repstor

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Intapp , a major provider of cloud-based business applications for larger law firms and financial services firms, said today it has signed an agreement to acquire Repstor , creator of Microsoft 365-based enterprise content management and team collaboration tools.

Report: Law Firms that Adopt E-Payments See Speedier Collections, Increased Revenues

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Not surprisingly, the pandemic drove greater use of electronic payments across all industries, with the volume of electronic payments up 11.2 % in the first quarter of 2021 over the prior year.

Wilson Sonsini’s Digital Hub Provides Free Resources for Founders and VCs

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Are you a startup founder wondering what type of business entity to create? Or maybe you have a question about the best structure to raise seed capital.

New Epiq Offering Jumpstarts AI Use in Discovery and Investigations

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In e-discovery and investigations, time is often of the essence.

Rian Gauvreau Leaves Clio, the Company He Cofounded in 2008, Remains on BOD

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Rian Gauvreau , who in 2008 cofounded practice management company Clio with Jack Newton , has left the company, where he most recently held the position of chief people officer. He continues to serve on the company’s board of directors.

Atlanta officer involved in shooting death of Rayshard Brooks is reinstated

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Atlanta officer involved in shooting death of Rayshard Brooks is reinstated Mike Jordan Officer Garrett Rolfe is seen with Rayshard Brooks on a screen grab taken from body-camera video provided by the Atlanta police department. Photograph: AP Wed 5 May 2021 14.00

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Federal Judge Calls Out Bill Barr For Lying | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

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Vaccine Passports Are Legal And Necessary

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A vaccine passport is the most constitutional way out of lockdown.

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The Constitution Requires the U.S. to Offer Vaccine Passports Kevin L. Cope and Alexander Stremitzer May 04, 2021 First lady Jill Biden hands out second-shot vaccination cards at the Forty Acres in Delano, California, on March 31.

‘This Man Is A Trip …’: Roland, #RMU & CBC Members Debunk Sen. Tim Scott.

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Republicans Fear New Voting Restrictions Could Backfire On Their Own Vot.

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'Cowardly follower': Tapper calls out GOP who stand with lies

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nQ Zebraworks Brings In-Office Printing and Scanning to the Work-from-Anywhere World

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Coming, as it did, in the midst of the pandemic, the merger last August of nQueue, a provider of printing, scanning and cost-recovery solutions for law firms, and Zebraworks, a company started by ProLaw founder Bill Bice to help move law firms to the cloud, promised to deliver new products aimed at enabling legal professionals to work from anywhere.

LawNext: When A Tech Accelerator Goes Virtual – LexLab Director Drew Amerson and Anü Founder Tiyani Majoko

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LexLab , the legal innovation hub at UC Hastings Law School, recently wrapped up the fourth cohort of its legal tech accelerator program with a demo day at which the seven startup participants got to pitch their products to potential investors.

Top 3 Ways To Help Your Law Firm Save Money

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Do you feel like your law firm is hemorrhaging money? Maybe it is and you don’t even realize it. Take the time to evaluate how your firm operates and identify how you can help stop the bleed. Top three ways to save: 1) Don’t duplicate effort or function.

Stunning science: COVID-19 vaccines' life-saving breakthrough

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Reporter goes megaviral destroying Republican governor ON AIR

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Black Freedmen struggle for recognition as tribal citizens

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You haven’t highlighted anything yet When you select text while you’re reading, it'll appear here. Black Freedmen struggle for recognition as tribal citizens By SEAN MURPHY The Associated Press 4 min OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — As the U.S.

'Utter Nonsense': Chuck Rosenberg Blasts Giuliani's Search Warrant Prote.

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How A Passport Saved My Life (From Baltimore, Maryland To Traveling The.

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Global Virus Cases Reach New Peak, Driven by India and South America

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Manchin opposition weakens DC statehood chances The centrist Senator is the first Democrat to oppose the creation of a 51st state.

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Manchin opposition weakens DC statehood chances “The centrist Senator is the first Democrat to oppose the creation of a 51st state. Gabby Birenbaum May 1, 2021, 9:53am EDT Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) at a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing.

FCC Rules for All-Digital AM Radio Become Effective – Will There Be a Flood of Applications?

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The FCC’s order adopted in late October authorizing AM stations to voluntarily convert to operations in a fully-digital mode became effective yesterday when the approval of its information-collection obligations under the Paperwork Reduction Act was announced in the Federal Register.

New details emerge about investigation into Giuliani

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Washington Post: Giuliani Disregarded U.S. Intel Fears That He Was Being.

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Asia-Pacific Legal Association Partners with Theorem LTS to Launch Membership Portal and Legal Tech Marketplace

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The Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation and Technology Association (ALITA) and legal tech startup Theorem LTS have partnered to develop and launch ALITA’s new online membership portal.

Biden's First 100 Days

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