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31 Dec 1969, 11:00 am by Barry Sookman
Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2013-06-23 http://t.co/vRSDQDCXEl -> Pink Floyd: Pandora Internet radio royalty ripoff http://t.co/040FErsb17 -> Internet cafe supporters move ahead with referendum challenging new law http://t.co/3gscJpdsAW -> California sends a cease and desist order to the Bitcoin Foundation http://t.co/2i1Cn070Ta -> The CopyCat – tantalising titbits and techno tales http://t.co/Eazkme9DHW -> How I Found Copyright Infringement thru Google Images… [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by snahmod
Plumhoff v. Rickard: Certiorari Granted The Supreme Court has granted certiorari in Plumhoff v. Rickard, No. 12-1117 (2014), an unpublished decision in Estate of Allen v. City of West Memphis, 509 Fed. App’x 388 (6th Cir. 2012). Here are the questions presented: “1. Whether the Sixth Circuit wrongly denied qualified immunity to Petitioners by analyzing […] [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by Eliana Baer
Yesterday, I posted about the struggles of Gital Dodelson, a 25 year old New Jersey resident who is fighting to obtain a Get – the bill which the husband gives to the wife in order to free her to marry again. Therein, I noted that remedies under New Jersey law are limited, at best, when a husband refuses to grant his wife a religious divorce.  Indeed, the court in Afalo v. Afalo (1996), stated that this was, in part, because to compel a Get would be judicial entanglement in religious… [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law
By Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law Too many people go to law school with goals that are not necessarily, in my humble opinion, conducive to being happy, productive member of the legal community.  Before considering spending money to become an attorney, no matter the path, young people in the United States should ask themselves, “Why do I want to be a lawyer?”  Law can be a difficult profession, not at all like what you might see in television and the movies.  One thing… [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by Alasdair Henderson
R (Dr Hans-Christian Raabe) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department [2013] EWHC 1736 (Admin) – read judgment Dr Hans-Christian Raabe lost his judicial review challenge to the revocation of his appointment as the GP member of the Government’s Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD). His appointment was revoked less than a month after he had accepted an offer to join the ACMD, as a result of certain views about homosexuality expressed in a paper he had co-written in… [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by Gregg R. Woodnick, PLLC
On February 19, Associated Press reported that Hera McLeod, mother of a 15-month-old boy who drowned while in his father’s care, is suing the psychologist who suggested the visitation.  The court-ordered unsupervised visitation came after Margaret Wong, a psychologist who evaluated the boy’s father, told the judge that visitation would be appropriate. Now, the boy’s mother alleges professional negligence in a wrongful death suit against Wong.  The attorney representing… [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law
By Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law Yesterday, I posted this appearance by “the Sword” on August 21, 1989 at the Mayor and Common Council hearing: PUBLIC COMMENTS – THE SWORD A citizen identifying himself as the Anti- Christ Spiritual Leader of the House of Ying, also known as the Sword, appeared before the Council with a mask. He stated that the mask is to prevent a robbery, not to commit one. He spoke regarding time allotted at Council Meetings for public comments. City Attorney… [read post]
13 Dec 1901, 12:45 pm by Rich Vetstein
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15 Apr 2014, 7:52 pm by Kevin Funnell
Venable LLP's Randy Shaheen and Amy Mudge might just be prime candidates for guest posts on Bank Lawyer's Blog. A recent "All About Advertising Law" post launched a snark attack that made this blogger proud. The victim was every banker's bête noire, the CFPB, and the cause for the caustic comments was the CFPB's apparent hypocrisy. According to the American Banker, an outspoken critic of indirect auto lenders, Harry Douglas Lane, was in the audience at a recent CFPB forum and was called upon… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 7:16 pm by Frank Dodge
An Associated Press article by Stephen Ohlemacher, Chances of Getting Audited by IRS Lowest in Years, reports on the IRS’s poor enforcement of the tax law: Budget cuts and new responsibilities are straining the Internal Revenue Service’s ability to police tax returns. This year, the IRS will have fewer agents auditing returns than at any time since at least the 1980s. . . . Budget cuts and new responsibilities are straining the Internal Revenue Service’s ability to police tax… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 6:09 pm by jordcarter
Being brown is one of my best attributes, and it’s one of my favorite topics of discussion. It’s fundamental to my identity and has always affected many of my perspectives, beliefs, and decisions. But when I was younger, no one was expected to talk about race and without the internet (do I sound old?), it was easy to ignore. Then I went to WashU, where everyone wanted to talk about race, and it seemed like people were generally more aware and more thoughtful in their discussions, plus it… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 6:08 pm by David Kravets
Rogier Noort/Flickr The second episode of the fourth season of, you guessed it, Game of Thrones, takes the crown. The HBO episode generated more than 193,000 pirates simultaneously sharing the same file late Monday. Other files of the same episode were also being downloaded by the thousands—some 1.5 million downloads in all, TorrentFreak noted. The site predicted that the record will be broken as the Game of Thrones season progresses. Read 5 remaining… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 5:54 pm by Colin O'Keefe
Heartbleed continues to be a big topic on the LexBlog Network, as today Husch Blackwell attorneys chime in on mitigating risk in healthcare. Also, the D.C. Circuit struck down a key provision of the SEC’s conflict minerals rule, and we have some excellent commentary there. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 198. Healthcare organizations can take steps to mitigate Heartbleed impact – Wakaba Tessier, Deborah Juhnke and Peter Enko of Husch Blackwell on the firm’s blog,… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 5:36 pm
In the past, Massachusetts legislators have proposed legislation that would ban the enforcement of non-competition agreements in Massachusetts, but no such law has yet passed. Last week, Governor Deval Patrick announced that he would propose similar legislation as part of an economic growth bill, in an effort to remove the barriers that non-compete agreements create for workers in high-tech companies who wish to open their own competing business. As we have previously discussed, Massachusetts law… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 5:30 pm by Steve Bainbridge
Kerr exposes the absurdity of Chemerinsky and Menkel-Meadow's NY Times op-ed on law school "reform." I understand that Chemerinsky needs to justify the utterly unnecessary law school he started, but... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 5:25 pm by Gerard Magliocca
I was having a conversation with a colleague the other day about the fact that there does not seem to be a clear set of norms about copying from another attorney’s brief.  Suppose I were working on a case and I read a brief that made a particular point really well.  If I cited that brief in an attempt to fairly attribute the source when I made the same point, then I’d look like an uncreative doofus.  If I did not cite the brief, though, then that would (or could) be… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 4:55 pm by MBettman
On April 9, 2014, the Supreme Court of Ohio heard oral argument in the case of Cedar Fair, L.P. v. Jacob Falfas, 2013-0890. The issue on appeal is whether an arbitration panel properly awarded specific performance of a personal services employment contract.  This case was argued at the University of Toledo College of Law as part of the Court’s off-site program. Case Background Jacob Falfas was employed by Cedar Fair for 39 years. In 2007, he was promoted to Chief Operating Officer under… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 4:37 pm by Adam B. Cordover, Attorney-at-Law
A friend of mine, leading Tampa Bay collaborative attorney, and fellow member of Next Generation Divorce George Melendez recently wrote a blog post after he and I had a discussion on how collaborative family law practice can help members of various faith communities.  George has made it his mission to communicate with clergy that divorce and custody issues effect not only the parties and their children, but also the community at large. Though dealing with divorce in any process will be… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 4:21 pm by Steven D. Schwinn
Steven D. Schwinn, John Marshall Law School Matt Ford writes over at The Atlantic that there's an irony in rancher Cliven Bundy's land claim against the federal Bureau of Land Management, now brewing in Nevada. That's because the very state... [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 4:10 pm by Megan Geuss
Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion On Monday evening, Re/code wrote about the complicated set of rules that the FCC's wireless bureau is hoping will be adopted for the TV spectrum auction that will take place in 2015. According to these restrictions, carriers with lots of spectrum like AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint could be prohibited from bidding on up to one-third of the auctioned-off spectrum in a given area, at least when the bidding in… [read post]