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Patent Challenge to Ride-Sharing Technology

May 2, 2017 By: Adam Riley

Hailo Technologies, LLC, a subsidiary of Red Dragon Innovations LLC, which is an arm of a patent monetization firm founded by IP lawyer

Digital Identity: How a Cryptocurrency Could Lead to the Most Fundamental Change in Identity in Centuries

May 2, 2017 By: Josias Dewey

Long viewed as the anonymous, digital currency used by those in the illicit drug trade, the technology that makes Bitcoin secure (known

Filthy on Facebook: Union Members Can Say What They Want

Apr 26, 2017 By: Mark Fetzko

Although it isn’t a particularly good strategy for building strong workplace rapport, you probably won’t lose your job if you go on

JV ROUNDUP: Multi-Million Dollar Verdicts

Apr 21, 2017 By: Jean Sica

Excerpts of recent jury verdict summaries with multi-million dollar awards, as summarized in Jury Verdicts & Settlements: *Kelly, an incapacitated individual v. County of Snohomish

Interlocking Directorates

Apr 21, 2017 By: Jennifer Coon

Interlocking directorates (also called interlocks) occur where a person serves as an officer or a director of two corporations. While they generally

Hatchimals Birth a Class Action

Apr 20, 2017 By: Stacey Patronik

Defendants, Spin Master Corp. and Spin Master Inc. (referenced collectively as “Spin Master”), have not filed an answer to the class action complaint

How to Ensure Compliance with Court Formatting Requirements

Apr 18, 2017 By: Alison Horsley

In Manhattan, a law firm was sanctioned for incorrect line spacing in its brief.  The fine was $1,048.09 (the cost of filing

Obamacare’s ‘risk corridor’ program: Litigation status and prospects

Apr 18, 2017 By: David Kaufman

Health law attorneys Deborah Dorman-Rodriguez and David M. Kaufman analyze the controversy surrounding Obamacare’s “risk corridor” program — which was designed to

Searching for Justice Neil Gorsuch: A Primer

Apr 17, 2017 By: Max Milstein

After being sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch sat for oral argument for the first time today. Readers of

Is It the End of Boilerplate in Discovery?

Apr 17, 2017 By: Steven S. Gensler

Judges and lawyers have complained for a long time that the use of boilerplate in the discovery process bogs things down and

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