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Silbey, Subotnik, and DiCola on Existential Copyright and Professional Photography @JSilbey

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Jessica M. Silbey, Northeastern University School of Law, Eva E. Subotnik, St. John's University School of Law, and Peter C. DiCola, Northwestern University School of Law, have published Existential Copyright and Professional Photography at 95 Notre Dame L.

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Legility, Provider of Legal Operations Services, Acquires E-Discovery Company Inventus

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Legility , a Nashville-based provider of legal operations services for legal departments and law firms, has acquired Inventus , a Chicago- and London-based, international provider of e-discovery services, with locations across Europe, Asia and North America.

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Iranian-Americans Questioned at the Border: ‘My Kids Shouldn’t Experience Such Things’

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Iranian-Americans Questioned at the Border: ‘My Kids Shouldn’t Experience Such Things’ By Mike Baker and Caitlin Dickerson Updated Jan. 7, 2020, 3:04 a.m. ET Up to 200 people were held by border agents, with some of them reportedly asked to share their opinions about the situation in Iran and Iraq.

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As It Readies to Emerge from Beta, Reynen Court Raises Another $3M Financing

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Reynen Court , a company that is often described as the app store of law, today said it has raised an additional $3 million of financing as it prepares to come out of beta in the first quarter of this year.

Chris Hayes on our pro-war crimes president

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Chris Hayes on our pro-war crimes president

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UK Contract Management Company Raises $5M from Major U.S. Investor

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Deceased GOP Strategist's Daughter Makes Files Public That Republicans Wanted Sealed

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Deceased GOP Strategist's Daughter Makes Files Public That Republicans Wanted Sealed Hansi Lo Wang January 5, 2020 1:51 PM ET Stephanie Hofeller stands with her father, Thomas, for a family photo in California during the 1970s. Republicans fought to stop computer files found on the redistricting expert's hard drives from going public — now Stephanie is sharing them online.