Mon.Nov 04, 2019

CBS Asks Federal Judge To Dismiss Fairfax Defamation Suit

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CBS is asking a federal district court to dismiss Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax's defamation suit against the network, saying that Mr. Fairfax's claim that an in-house attorney who knew both Mr. Fairfax and one of the women who accused

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Ousted Ukraine ambassador Yovanovitch says she was told to tweet praise of Trump to save her job “The three House committees leading the Trump impeachment inquiry released two transcripts of the behind-closed-doors interviews they have conducted so far. 4, 2019, 12:42 PM EST / Updated Nov.

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Australian Startup Lawpath Raises $4.4M to Grow Its Online Legal Platform

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Australian legal startup Lawpath has closed a $4.4 million fundraising round, which it said was one of the largest capital raises for legal tech in Australian history. The investment will be used to strengthen its products and services in Australia and to expand into Asia.

Federal judge blocks health care requirement for immigrants

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LawNext Special Report: Avvo Founder Mark Britton at the Clio Cloud Conference

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In 2018, Mark Britton left Avvo , the often-controversial company he founded in 2006 and led as CEO until he sold it earlier that year to web behemoth Internet Brands.

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Voting Machines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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Georgia Moves Closer to Adopting Duty of Technology Competence

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The Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia have voted to approve proposed changes to the state’s Rules of Professional Conduct that would adopt the duty of technology competence.

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