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27 Oct 2012, 10:25 am by Kenneth Anderson
(Kenneth Anderson) The Washington Post has just featured three major consecutive front-page stories on “The Permanent War” – the war on terror (or however one wants to label it), as the US moves from Obama 1 to either an Obama 2 or a Romney administration – and administrations after that. [read post]
7 Nov 2014, 5:52 am
 A warning about an inherent risk – a so-called “risk warning” – serves an entirely different purpose.With inherent risks, people are warned so they can decide whether that risk outweighs the benefits that might be gained from using the product. [read post]
8 May 2009, 9:15 pm
Nor must the Commonwealth's evidence 'exclude every conceivable possibility of substitution, alteration, or tampering.'" Anderson v. [read post]
7 Oct 2009, 8:08 pm
"Right now, two or three people are making decisions that affect the entire state," said Anderson, who is an attorney. [read post]
30 Jun 2015, 2:54 pm
Meanwhile, Mark Anderson, the doyen of IP transactional bloggers, expresses in IP Draughts his own perplexity at the increasingly execrated ruling of the US Supreme Court on post-expiry royalty payments in Kimble v  Marvel. [read post]
6 Jun 2018, 4:29 am by Edith Roberts
” At Quartz, Ephrat Livni discusses Dassey v. [read post]
28 May 2020, 8:44 am by Eugene Volokh
For instance, even if a phone company learned that an answering machine had a libelous outgoing message (see Anderson v. [read post]
13 May 2014, 12:59 pm by Kevin
Looks like we have a new record for Largest Known Demand: Anton Purisma v. [read post]
21 May 2007, 3:15 pm
A federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled on May 15 in Fair Housing Council v. [read post]
13 Aug 2022, 5:01 am by Benjamin Pollard
Brown, Alex Engler, and Henry Claypool to discuss how people with disabilities are impacted by current technology and legislation on this issue: Loren DeJonge Schulman discussed Schedule F, a Trump administration federal workforce policy, and its potential implications on national security. [read post]