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IP Software Company Alt Legal Kicks Off Its First Conference with News of New Features and Partnership

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The trademark docketing software company Alt Legal kicked off its first conference, Alt Legal Connect , today, with a keynote by founder and CEO Nehal Madhani in which he announced new features for the product and a new partnership to better support international trademark docketing.

Asylum: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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On LawNext: Nicole Morris on Emory Law’s Innovative TI:GER Program

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Infection of Pence Aides Raises New Questions About Trump’s Virus Response - The New York Times

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" From the beginning, the president has turned mask wearing and other preventive measures into a loyalty test. He and his aides have taken the same approach inside the White House. A coronavirus testing site in Chicago.

Opinion | Trump’s Army of Angry White Men - The New York Times

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Opinion Trump’s Army of Angry White Men This group will continue to fight for Trump and he knows that. By Charles M. Blow Opinion Columnist Credit.Anna Moneymaker for The New York Times This election will test the country’s core. Who are we? How did we come to this?

Republicans closely resemble autocratic parties in Hungary and Turkey – study | US news | The Guardian

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"The Republican party has become dramatically more illiberal in the past two decades and now more closely resembles ruling parties in autocratic societies than its former centre-right equivalents in Europe, according to a new international study.

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Barrett Set to Be Confirmed to Supreme Court - The New York Times

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26, 2020, 8:11 a.m. 2020 Election Live Updates: Barrett Set to Be Confirmed to Supreme Court The confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett could sway voters in key Senate contests.

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