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Guest Post by @cagoldberglaw:  Scared as Hell: Section 230 Denies Access to Justice, Not Free Speech Protection

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By Carrie A. Goldberg. [We We are honored to be able to post this article by one of the great lawyers of our time, Carrie Goldberg author of the new book Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs, and Trolls and victim rights lawyer extraordinaire.

In Move to Enhance Access to Justice, Oregon Bar OKs Licensed Paralegals and Bar Admission without Law School

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Day on Monopolizing Free Speech

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Gregory Day, University of Georgia, C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry College of Business, is publishing Monopolizing Free Speech in the Fordham Law Review. Here is the abstract. The First Amendment prevents the government from suppressing speech, though individuals can

Kurt Volker testimony reveals Ukraine concerns

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The DMCA Still is Not An Alibi: How is Google Search Like the Ford Pinto?

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Music Technology Policy. YouTube and Google are both fit for purpose, it’s just that the purpose is unfit. The Pinto Gap. Google frequently defends what I would call the “Pinto Gap”–Google’s business practice named after the notorious Ford Pinto model with the exploding gas tank. Why the “Pinto Gap”?

IP Docketing Company Alt Legal Makes An Acquisition and Announces Its First User Conference

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Alt Legal , the cloud-based, intellectual-property docketing software company, has acquired MarkTend , a trademark docketing and monitoring software, for an undisclosed price.

Strasser on Pickering, Garcetti, and Academic Freedom @CapitalLaw

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Mark Strasser, Capital University Law School, has published Pickering, Garcetti, and Academic Freedom at 83 Brooklyn Law Review 579 (2018). Here is the abstract. While the United States Supreme Court long ago recognized that individuals do not lose their free

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New CEO at LegalZoom, As Longtime Leader John Suh Steps Aside

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There is a new CEO at online legal services provider LegalZoom. John Suh , who has been CEO since 2007 and on the company’s board since 2005, is moving to a position as senior advisor.

ILTA 2019 Tech Survey Shows AI Adoption Slow, But Cloud Move Quickening

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Game On: Enter Now to Win A Spot on ABA TECHSHOW 2020 Startup Alley

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Attention legal technology startups: Here is your chance to compete to be featured as a presenter and exhibitor in the fourth-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW , the American Bar Association’s annual legal technology conference, taking place in Chicago Feb. 26-29, 2020.

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Mike Pence, At Center Of Trump Ukraine Scheme, Scrambles For Cover | Rac.

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Democrats warn Pompeo to stop 'intimidating' witnesses

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Rudy Giuliani subpoenaed for Ukraine documents

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With ‘Seal Now,’ AI Company Expands Into Pre-Execution Contract Review

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Seal Software , the company that helped spawn the increasingly competitive field of enterprise contract review and analytics, has now expanded into the pre-execution, negotiation side of the contracts lifecycle with the launch of Seal Now, a contract analytics product specifically designed to review draft contracts prepared by a third party on its own templates.

Trump Publicly Urges China to Investigate the Bidens - The New York Times

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Trump Publicly Urges China to Investigate the Bidens - The New York Times

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Trump calls on Ukraine and China to investigate the Bidens. Bring articles of impeachment to the floor of The House of Representatives as soon as is practicable. This behavior cannot be normalized by delaying to act. Congress has the evidence to impeach.

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Trump calls on Ukraine and China to investigate the Bidens

How ICE Picks Its Targets in the Surveillance Age - The New York Times

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"The winter after Donald Trump was elected president, strangers began appearing in a parking lot on southern Washington State’s Long Beach Peninsula, at the port where the oyster boats come and go. Rather than gaze at the bay or the boats or the building-size piles of bleached shells, two men — one thinner, one thicker — stared at the shellfish workers. The strangers sat in their vehicle and watched the workers arrive in their trucks.

Pompeo says State Dept. officials won't testify, House chairs tell him to stop obstructing

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Pompeo says State Dept. officials won't testify, House chairs tell him to stop obstructing