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20 Jan 9:25 pm
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20 Jan 9:25 pm
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20 Jan 9:24 pm
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20 Jan 9:24 pm
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20 Jan 9:24 pm
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20 Jan 9:00 pm
Que beaultè ot trop plus qu'humaine. Mais ou sont les neiges d'antan? --François Villon (1431-1463) Poet, Drifter, Dreamer, Thief. [read post]
20 Jan 8:06 pm
Not long ago, I blogged about the concept of predatory marriage. This phrase refers to a marriage in which a vulnerable person is being taken advantage of, usually for his or her money. It happens more than people perhaps realize, given that there are a lot of seniors out there who are alone and vulnerable to this kind of scam. Also recently, carried a story about a predatory [read post]
20 Jan 7:47 pm
WOMANSPIRATION: This Woman’s Sex Fantasy Is For Her Boyfriend To Pay Her Student Debt And Then Die. “It’ll be like the ultimate roleplaying,” Keisha said. “He’ll be my white knight riding in on his noble steed to save the damsel in distress, and then he’ll be dead, which just ties up everything in a neat little package.” Keisha also stressed that she really likes her boyfriend of six months, but she doesn’t necessarily see their relationship going anywhere serious. “I definitely don’t see us lasting forever,” she… [read post]
20 Jan 7:45 pm
A 42-year-old man has been arrested after being identified as the possible perpetrator of stealing personal property from inside of classrooms at three different Orange County schools. On January 11, a teacher at Irvine Baptist Church noticed that her wallet was missing from her purse, which she had left inside of an unoccupied classroom. She reported that her wallet contained money, her driver’s license, and a bank card. The culprit’s image was seen when a review of the church surveillance video showed a man entering the classroom and shuffling through the woman’s… [read post]
20 Jan 7:24 pm
On Friday the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments (audio of full arguments) in Adorers of the Blood of  Christ v. FERC.  In the case, a Pennsylvania federal district court dismissed for lack of jurisdiction a RFRA challenge by a Catholic order of nuns to the construction and operation of the Atlantic Sunrise gas pipeline through land owned by the order. (See prior posting.)  At issue is whether the nuns should have used procedures set out in the Natural Gas Act to raise their objections. NPR reports on the oral arguments. [read post]
20 Jan 7:22 pm
In my previous article, I argued that existing (and foreseeable) artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) systems do not exhibit creativity or inventiveness, and are incapable of anything that could reasonably be described as ‘invention’.  I acknowledged, however, that some such systems have generated results that may qualify as patentable inventions.  I therefore concluded with a question: if computers cannot invent, and yet the outcome of running a computer program can be an invention, then who – if anyone – is the inventor? In… [read post]
20 Jan 7:20 pm
"The Ghost of Chae Chan Ping: A Chinese-exclusion case from the 1880s set a precedent that haunts the legal fight over Trump's travel ban." Law professor Garrett Epps has this essay online at The Atlantic. [read post]
20 Jan 7:14 pm
There are more than 150 known victims of Larry Nassar, a former doctor for USA Gymnastics and sports medicine physician at Michigan State University. Nassar served as USA Gymnastics’ team physician during four Olympic Games and only left his position in 2015. In 2016 two of his victims publicly accused [read post]
20 Jan 6:13 pm
MY OFFICE WAS FLOODED, BUT MY MOST VALUED WORK OF ART SURVIVED: It’s called Still Life with Dumpster Paintings, Schlitz and Grant Money, and yes, it’s an original Burge. [read post]
20 Jan 6:06 pm
Vassilis P. Tzevelekos (Univ. of Liverpool - Law) & Elena Katselli (Newcastle Univ. - Law) have posted Migrants at Sea: A Duty of Plural States to Protect (Extraterritorially)? (Nordic Journal of International Law, Vol. 86, pp. 427-469, 2017). Here's the abstract: Although migration is a transnational phenomenon involving a plurality of states, the state of departure is often unwilling/unable to offer protection. Receiving/transit states can refrain from engaging with the problem until migrants have already entered their territory. With high seas, this can result in the deaths of… [read post]
20 Jan 5:56 pm
Granted, at 115 AM EST on Monday. But that’s Sunday Pacific Coast Prime Time! [read post]
20 Jan 5:40 pm
"Slow Justice: What's Been Holding Up SCOTUS Opinions?" Kimberly Robinson has this post at the "US Law Week Blog." [read post]
20 Jan 5:35 pm
Debt Consolidation Primer – Four Things You Can Do to Get Out of Debt Source: Flickr Problem debt is rampant throughout America. In addition to mortgages and auto loans, the average household in the U.S. has nearly $10,000 in credit card debt. As the major credit card companies have recently doubled their minimum payment requirements, Continue Reading›› The post Debt Consolidation Primer – Four Things You Can Do to Get Out of Debt appeared first on Articles for the Law And Injury Niche. [read post]