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29 Apr 2024, 5:37 am by Chris Castle
These Phonorecords IV rates are in effect for five years, but the next negotiation for new rates is coming soon (called Phonorecords V or PR V for short). [read post]
By: Sam Kuper  When (fingers crossed) I graduate from law school next spring, my six-figure law school investment will come up against the bar—a test that almost every attorney in Washington State has taken since the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) was introduced in 1972. [read post]
26 Apr 2024, 3:35 am by SHG
Yet, three judges hated him enough that they didn’t care what the law required. [read post]
25 Apr 2024, 11:28 pm by Adeline Chong
Under the Model Law, the issue of forum conveniens should take a back seat as the emphasis is on cross-border cooperation to achieve an optimal result for all parties involved in an international insolvency. [read post]
25 Apr 2024, 9:01 pm by renholding
On April 5, 2024, a jury in California federal court found a former corporate executive liable for insider trading in SEC v. [read post]
24 Apr 2024, 5:57 am by Norman L. Eisen
He packed the judiciary to place that branch of government squarely under his control; rewrote election laws to retain his legislative majority; censored the press; used law enforcement to persecute his enemies; and changed Hungary’s constitution to help achieve his autocratic goals—and he took that “blueprint on dismantling democracy to Mar-a-Lago. [read post]
23 Apr 2024, 10:28 am by Dennis Crouch
  Lilly filed its own conditional cross appeal – arguing that the future lost profit award was not supported by the evidence or permitted by law. [read post]
23 Apr 2024, 8:38 am by Larry
DiCarlo – US Court of International Trade Lecture at the University of Illinois – Chicago Law School (FKA the John Marshall Law School). [read post]
22 Apr 2024, 6:28 pm by Ilya Somin
We also explain how to get deal with the badly flawed 1926 ruling in Village of Euclid v. [read post]
21 Apr 2024, 7:51 pm by Maria Hook
Australian case law (Great Southern Loans v Locator Group [2005] NSWSC 438), to the effect that anti-suit injunctions continue to be available domestically as between Australian courts, was distinguishable because there was no express provision for exclusive choice of court agreements, which is what “makes a potentially conflicting common law test unpalatable”. [read post]