Thu.Jul 30, 2020

New for the Friday Journalists’ Roundtable: Register Once and Attend Every Week

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Our Legaltech Week Friday roundtable of legaltech journalists is back again this week, and now it is easier to attend. I’ve revised the registration page so that when you sign up to attend, you will be registered for each successive week’s roundtable.

Breonna Taylor: Who She Was, How She Died, Why Justice Is Overdue | The.

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Commerce Dept. Petitions FCC to Issue Rules Clarifying CDA Section 230

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The currents around the Communications Decency Act just got a little more turbulent as the White House and executive branch try to reel in the big fish of CDA reform.

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Featured Resource: E-Book On Ensuring Your Accounting House Is In Order

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Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Obama delivers eulogy for John Lewis, makes impassioned call for voting.

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Portland protesters vow to stay on the streets as federal agents prepare.

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President Trump doubled down in defense of doctor who promotes hydroxych.

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Trump says he didn't ask Putin about Russian bounties on U.S. troops

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Trump says he didn't ask Putin about Russian bounties on U.S. troops

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A Half-Century After Wallace, Trump Echoes the Politics of Division - The New York Times

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A Half-Century After Wallace, Trump Echoes the Politics of Division - The New York Times

Opinion | Trump’s racist housing tweet is par for his family - The Washington Post

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" Donald Trump and his father defended their family’s real estate empire from housing discrimination claims in the 1970s. The Post reported in 2016 : In October 1973, the Justice Department filed a civil rights case that accused the Trump firm, whose complexes contained 14,000 apartments, of violating the Fair Housing Act of 1968.

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