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The Legal Satyricon

Please go to [link] and cast your vote in the “opinion” category for Popehat. They are all kinds of awesome. Their editor and I work on free speech cases together. Spread the love. Filed under: misc.

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Vote, Vote, Vote, The Midterms Are Coming!

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Theatre Producers make historic vote to form L.A. League

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Theatre Producers make historic vote to form L.A. Unanimous Vote. A room full of producers with a wide variety of concerns voted unanimously to form a new, independent organization, a trade association that will act as a producer’s league/council to speak with a single voice on behalf of all Los Angeles producers (not just 99-seat producers, but mid- and larger-sized producers as well). League. On Sunday, May 20, 2012 a little bit of L.A. Theatre history was made.

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How to commit mail-in voting fraud (It's nearly impossible) - CNET

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How to commit mail-in voting fraud (It's nearly impossible) - CNET

FCC Votes to Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

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The next stop will be a courtroom as the media regulatory agency retreats from prohibiting ISPs from blocking and throttling content. read more. THR, Esq. Business Tech Business THR Online

Breaking: In Historic Vote, Utah Supreme Court Approves Sweeping Changes in Legal Services Regulation

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In a historic vote that could set a blueprint for the rest of the country, the Utah Supreme Court has approved the most sweeping changes in a generation to the regulation of law practice and the delivery of legal services.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg slams Supreme Court decision on Wisconsin voting

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg slams Supreme Court decision on Wisconsin voting

Supreme Court Blocks Curbside Voting In Alabama, An Option During Pandemic : NPR

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The Supreme Court has sided with Alabama state officials who banned curbside voting intended to accommodate disabled individuals and those at risk from the COVID-19 virus. Moreover, said Sotomayor, in-person voting is considerably easier than voting by mail in Alabama.

YelloPain - My Vote Dont Count ��

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@musictechsolve: Vote for Creator and Startup Licensing Education at SXSW

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Please vote for my creator and startup licensing panel at SXSW.EDU. Click Here to Vote on Panel Picker. I’d really appreciate your vote for the class in the SXSW Panel Picker here. To vote, you just need to sign in to PanelPicker or create a free SXSW account with your email only. Deadline for SXSW Panel Picker is today! If the latest Spotify litigation shows anything it’s the importance of licensing education.

Does Louis DeJoy want to be 'that guy' blocking the vote?

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Does Louis DeJoy want to be 'that guy' blocking the vote

WGA Institutes Qualified Voting

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The WGA membership has approved new rules limiting members’ eligibility to vote on strike authorization and ratification of the feature-primetime contract: members now have to have earnings of $30,000 under a WGA agreement during the six years preceding the vote or 15 or more qualified years as a pension plan participant, Variety reports.

Vote like your life depends on it. It may!

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Plan B for Voting Rights

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Plan B for Voting Rights

FCC Votes "Blackout Rule" Out

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From the Hollywood Reporter: The FCC has voted unanimously to end the "blackout" rule that has allowed the NFL to prohibit broadcasts of pro football games locally if seats remain unsold on the day of the game. The NFL had

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'The Shape of Water' Sparks Copyright Lawsuit Amid Oscar Voting

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

The son of a Pulitzer Prize-winning author says the awards contender rips off his father's work, while Fox Searchlight says the claims are baseless. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies THR Online Guillermo del Toro The Shape of Water

@musictechsolve: Vote for Creator and Startup Licensing Education at SXSW

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Click Here to Vote on Panel Picker. I’d really appreciate your vote for the class in the SXSW Panel Picker here. To vote, you just need to sign in to PanelPicker or create a free SXSW account with your email only. I have a class in the SXSW.edu track titled “TEACHING ARTIST ROYALTIES TO CREATORS AND STARTUPS.” ” It follows my philosophy that we need smart artists and smart startups to work together if we all are to succeed.

How a Group of Lawyers Is Helping "Faithless Electors" Vote Their Conscience (Q&A)

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19 vote, attorney Michael Hawley says. The Electors Trust has seen "dozens" of electors reach out to the group for advice prior to the Dec. read more. THR, Esq. Culture Culture THR Online

Kavanaugh vote will drive political backlash if history is guide

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Kavanaugh vote will drive political backlash if history is guide

Twitter and French Voting Results

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From the New York Times, how French tweeters beat French campaign laws against publishing voting results before they should have been released. Zut, alors

GOP defends voting rights record | MSNBC

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GOP defends voting rights record | MSNBC

Is Your Band Registered to Vote?

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Is your band registered to vote? You ride in the van with these people, you probably know way more about them than you ever wanted to know, but do you know whether they are registered to vote? You can find out what the rules are in your area on this website “Can I Vote?” After you get your band registered, you’ll be able to vote, so check the election calendar for your state to see what elections are coming up.

Deadline Is Tomorrow, 12/28, To Vote For Startups To Attend ABA TECHSHOW Startup Alley

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Eastern time, to vote for the legal tech startups that will get to participate in Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW. Your votes will determine the 15 companies that are selected to face off in a pitch competition on TECHSHOW’s opening night and to exhibit in a special portion of the conference’s exhibition hall. To vote for your favorite, go here. Here are the top 10 vote getters as of 10 a.m. The deadline is tomorrow, Dec. 28, at 11:45 p.m.

Vote for Innovating Justice Awards

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The post Vote for Innovating Justice Awards appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. Last month, I wrote about A2J Author, a tool used by legal aid programs and others to create automated guided interviews to assist people in need of legal help. It is primarily used to help self-represented individuals create court and legal forms, for online intake at legal services programs, and to help guide individuals to […].

You Furnish The Emotion and I’ll Furnish the Votes

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“You furnish the pictures and I’ll furnish the war.” ” Attributed to an 1898 cable from William Randolph Hearst to Frederick Remington on assignment in Cuba before the Spanish-American War. . William Randolph Hearst was one of the original purveyors of fake news in the mass media. (You You may know him as Charles Foster Kane from the Orson Welles classic Citizen Kane. And if you don’t know Citizen Kane, make time to watch it. ).

Panel Approves Impeachment Articles and Sends Charges for a House Vote - The New York Times

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Panel Approves Impeachment Articles and Sends Charges for a House Vote - The New York Times

Startup Alley Voting Ends Friday; Here Are the Standings So Far

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Friday is the last day to cast your vote to select the 15 legal technology startups that will participate in the fourth-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW 2020. The ballot for voting can be found here or at Survey Monkey. Deadline for voting is this Friday, Dec. With nearly 30,000 votes so far, here are the standings as of 8:30 a.m.

Dear young people, "Don't Vote"

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Vote Now: Pick the Startup Alley Finalists for ABA TECHSHOW

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Vote now. Now your votes will select the final 15. The 15 startups with the most votes will get the opportunity to be featured at TECHSHOW, which will be held Feb. Read their pitches, check out their websites, then vote. Deadline for voting is Friday, Dec. Help us pick the legal technology startups that will be selected for the third-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW.

FCC Votes to Approve Controversial Set-Top Box Rule

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Chairman Tom Wheeler's "unlock the box" proposal is accepted by a 3-2 vote. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Television Tech THR Online

In Defense of Voting Rights - NYTimes.com

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In Defense of Voting Rights - NYTimes.com

The Struggle for Voting Rights - NYTimes.com

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The Struggle for Voting Rights - NYTimes.com

California Task Force Vote This Week Could Open Door To Private Companies Delivering Legal Services

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In my column this week at Above the Law , I report on a vote scheduled for this Friday that could lead to sweeping changes in the delivery of legal services in California, including allowing private businesses to deliver legal services without regard to whether the businesses have lawyer ownership or management. Read my full report at Above the Law: California Task Force to Vote This Week on Sweeping Changes to Legal Services Delivery

‘They saw an opportunity to suppress the vote:’ Lt. Gov. on Wisconsin GOP forcing voters to polls amid pandemic

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‘They saw an opportunity to suppress the vote:’ Lt. on Wisconsin GOP forcing voters to polls amid pandemic

Utah Supreme Court Votes to Approve Pilot Allowing Non-Traditional Legal Services

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The Utah Supreme Court voted unanimously yesterday to approve the recommendations of a work group that called for “profoundly reimagining the way legal services are regulated in order to harness the power of entrepreneurship, capital, and machine learning in the legal arena.”. In an email, Supreme Court Justice Deno Himonas, who cochaired the Utah Work Group on Regulatory Reform, said that the court voted unanimously to pursue the recommendations laid out in the work group’s report.

Tennessee adopts new law that could strip some protesters of voting rights - The Washington Post

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Tennessee adopts new law that could strip some protesters of voting rights Amy Gardner Tennessee Gov. Convicted felons are automatically stripped of their voting rights in Tennessee. The new law, which went into effect immediately, outraged civil rights groups, who say the move is Tennessee’s latest attempt to repress voting ahead of the November elections. Tennessee is among the states not allowing voters to use fear of the novel coronavirus as a reason to vote by mail.

ABA Votes to Urge Legal Profession to Address Emerging Legal and Ethical Issues of AI

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The American Bar Association’s House of Delegates, its policy-making body, voted this week to approve a resolution urging courts and lawyers to address the emerging ethical and legal issues related to the usage of artificial intelligence in the practice of law. With a minor revision, the vote approved Resolution 112 , which had been proposed by the ABA’s Section of Science & Technology Law.

Rep. @jerrynadler Speech Supporting Performance Royalty at #irespectmusic AND I VOTE! Show at The Bitter End

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Last Tuesday, some outstanding artists put on an electrifying sellout show at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village supporting the #irespectmusic AND I VOTE! Watch the video, sign the petition and VOTE FOR ARTIST RIGHTS ON NOVEMBER 4!!! campaign. Congressman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) gave one of the best speeches yet on why all artists should get paid for their work, whether it’s online or radio play on terrestrial radio.

Voting by Mail: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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Vote Now: Help Pick the Startup Alley Finalists for ABA TECHSHOW 2020

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We need your vote! Now your votes will select the final 15. The 15 startups with the most votes will get the opportunity to be featured at TECHSHOW, which will be held Feb. Read their pitches, check out their websites, then vote. Deadline for voting is Dec. Help pick the legal technology startups that will be selected for the fourth-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW 2020.