Tue.Jun 08, 2021

Flipping Bird During Zoom Hearing Costs Lawyer $3,000

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These days, the duty of technology competence requires lawyers not only to know how to use Zoom, but also to remember that it can record you. It seems a lawyer inconveniently forgot that fact when he flipped the bird during his opponent’s appellate argument on Zoom, and then denied it.

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Ugland on Hacks, Leaks, and Data Dumps: The Right to Publish Illegally Acquired Information Twenty Years After Bartnicki v. Vopper @ErikUgland

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Erik Ugland, Marquette University, is publishing Hacks, Leaks, and Data Dumps: The Right to Publish Illegally Acquired Information Twenty Years After Bartnicki v. Vopper in volume 96 of the Washington Law Review (2021). Here is the abstract. This Article addresses

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Congress Asks Spotify for Information About Promotional Royalty Rates – Is This Much Ado About the Way the Interactive Music Marketplace is Designed to Work?

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Fed up Obama finally takes aim at Republicans in scorching appearance

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On LawNext: Founder Joshua Maley on the Theory of Theorem, A Different Kind of Legal Tech Marketplace

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?. The past year has seen the launch of several legal technology marketplaces, but Theorem LTS aims to be something more — an integrated legal technology ecosystem to power workflow-driven tech adoption by law firms and legal departments, as well as a marketplace for vendors to sell their products and connect with customers.

Why has no Trump ally faced consequences for trying to overturn an election? SHARE THIS - COPIED “What penalty have they faced?" says Chris Hayes of the people who helped Trump attempt to overturn the election. “The answer is essentially zero, which is why they will not stop until someone goes to jail. Or, they find the weak point in the fence, and they get through, and they succeed.”

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ALSP Factor Launches Product for Law Firms to Manage and Support Transactions

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There is no denying that some law firms view alternative legal services providers such as Factor as competitors, particularly for corporate legal work.