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Exterro Acquires AccessData In Nine-Figure Deal, Expanding Its Platform And Setting Stage For Possible IPO

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Today is E-Discovery Day 2020 , and Portland, Ore.-based based Exterro is celebrating in a big way.

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Former Google Employees Allege Company Retaliated Against Them For Union Activity

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From Buzzfeed: Four Google employees who lost their jobs last month say the company terminated their employment because they were involved in protected labor activity. Now they're asking the NLRB to investigate Google's actions. More here

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Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument in Its First CFAA Case

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On November 30, 2020, the Supreme Court held oral argument in its first case interpreting the “unauthorized access” provision of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).

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Facebook Announces It Will Remove Misinformation About COVID-19 Vaccines

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In a recent post, Facebook has announced it is beginning to remove false information about COVID-19 vaccines. Given the recent news that COVID-19 vaccines will soon be rolling out around the world, over the coming weeks we will start removing

Feldman on Free-Speech Formalism Is Not Formal @uw_law

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Stephen Matthew Feldman, University of Wyoming College of Law, has published Free-Speech Formalism Is Not Formal at 12 Drexel L. 723 (2020). Here is the abstract. Legal formalism proclaims that cases can be resolved through the logical application of

Huang on Freedom of Speech as a Right to Know @DukeLaw

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Tao Huang, Duke University School of Law, is publishing Freedom of Speech as a Right to Know in volume 89 of the University of Cincinnati Law Review (2020). Here is the abstract. Since its birth, the right to know and

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LawNext: Suffolk Law Dean Andrew Perlman On Innovating Legal Education and Legal Services

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Andrew Perlman is one of the nation’s leading forces helping to establish the future of legal education and legal practice.

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LawNext: The 10 Most Popular Episodes of November 2020

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Here are the episodes of my LawNext podcast that got the most listens during November. This reflects only downloads of episodes during the month of November, not for all time. (In In the all-time tally, the most listened-to episode is my April interview with legal futurist Richard Susskind.).

The Legaltech Week Journalists’ Roundtable Returns Today At 3 ET

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After a week away for Thanksgiving, the Legaltech Week journalists’ roundtable returns today at 3 p.m. ET to dissect and discuss the top news stories of the week.

Facebook is stepping up moderation against anti-Black hate speech - The Verge

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"Facebook has started weighting anti-Black hate speech on its platform as higher priority than hate speech directed at white people, men, and Americans in an effort to address the disproportionate effects such speech has on minority groups, the company tells The Verge.

Why Did Down-Ballot Democrats Have Such A Mediocre Showing? l FiveThirty.

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CDC panel says health care workers, nursing home residents should be fir.

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Legal Bombshell: DOJ Investigating 'Bribery-For-Pardon' Scheme | The Bea.

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Redacted, Court filing by Judge exposing lobbying the White House for a Presidential Pardon and a bribery scheme. No individuals were revealed because of the redaction. This is a ticking bomb.

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Why coronavirus reinfections are happening

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"PUBLISHED DECEMBER 1, 2020 PEOPLE CAN CATCH COVID-19 twice. That’s the emerging consensus among health experts who are learning more about the possibility that those who’ve recovered from the coronavirus can get it again.

Real Lawyer Reacts To the Trial of the Chicago 7

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Legal Innovators, ALSP that Promotes Diversity, Enters Deal with Global Engineering Firm Bechtel

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Legal Innovators , a Washington, D.C.,

Both Republican Candidates In Georgia Runoffs Face Questions About Stock.

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Election Lawsuits Meltdown… With Prejudice!

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America's First Muslims Were Slaves

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America's First Muslims Were Slaves A portrait of Omar Ibn Said around the 1850s. Photo courtesy of Yale University Library) "In 1807, a wealthy 37-year-old scholar was captured in West Africa, in what is now Senegal, and transported to the United States to be sold into slavery.

African Muslims and the Slave Trade

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African Muslims and the Slave Trade "n just under a week on Saturday, June 22 at 10am, London Town will welcome Dr. Herbert Brewer to speak on the slave ship Margaret and its journey from London, England to Sierra Leone, West Africa, to the Chesapeake (including London Town) and back to England.

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The real Thanksgiving story hints at how future Americans will talk about Covid-19

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"We love stories in America. Especially when we can see ourselves in the heroes. That's part of why the tale of the humble Pilgrims, rescued from starvation by kindly Natives, has such a cherished place in our folklore.

The Southern Baptist Convention Started Over Slavery!

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How Evangelicals became Republicans

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First slave ship to reach America was called 'The Good Ship Jesus' - DNB Stories

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First slave ship to reach America was called ‘The Good Ship Jesus’ by Staff writer ‘The Good Ship Jesus’ was a 700-ton ship purchased by King Henry VIII from the Hanseatic League, a merchant alliance between the cities of Hamburg and Lubeck in Germany.

"Post-acute COVID-19 Syndrome": COVID "long-haulers" suffering symptoms.

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3 questions to ask yourself about everything you do | Stacey Abrams

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Why do White Christians Vote Republican, and Black Christians Vote Democ.

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Covid-19 Live Updates: C.D.C. Warns Against Holiday Travel - The New York Times

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" The Centers for Disease Control head warned that this winter may be the “most difficult time” in U.S. public health history. The U.K. became the first country to approve Pfizer’s vaccine, paving the way for mass inoculations." Covid-19 Live Updates: C.D.C. Warns Against Holiday Travel - The New York Times

Opinion | Why Are Children Dying of the Flu in U.S. Detention?

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Both Republican candidates in Georgia runoffs face questions about stock trades

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Both Republican candidates in Georgia runoffs face questions about stock trades