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SPEAK NOW

Jul 8, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

A litigant has an obligation to spell out its arguments squarely and distinctly, or else forever hold its peace.

CLEAR for Government Fraud — Free Webinar

Jul 7, 2014 By: Julia Madigan

Join us for a complimentary webinar on our newest public records platform. You’ll learn how CLEAR for Government Fraud can help you quickly uncover connections between people and businesses, and prevent and detect fraud.

Aereo’s Streaming Service Violates Copyright Law

Jul 7, 2014 By: Joseph B. Fazio

The Supreme Court handed network broadcasters a major victory on June 25, 2014 when it held that online television startup Aereo violated copyright laws.

Digital Currency Moves Closer to the Mainstream

Jul 7, 2014 By: Jeff Matsuura and Craig Blakeley

Several recent events illustrate that digital currencies such as Bitcoin are becoming increasingly visible and popular for consumer transactions

NO ERROR

Jul 7, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Jurors may read the Bible before or after deliberations, or have a personal Bible in their possession in the jury room.

Today in 1776: The Declaration of Independence is ratified

Jul 4, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress unanimously voted to adopt the Declaration of Independence.

The American Red Cross Seeks Trade Secret Protection for Superstorm Sandy Spending

Jul 4, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Recently, investigative organization ProPublica asked the American Red Cross to divulge some information on how it spent money in connection with “Superstorm

WE THE PEOPLE

Jul 4, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

The constitution of the United States was designed for the common and equal benefit of all the people of the United States.

Pending legislation could thwart corporate inversions

Jul 3, 2014 By: Cory Hester

The recently proposed Stop Corporate Inversions Act of 2014 is presenting concerns for companies considering reincorporating overseas

OPEN AND SHUT CASE

Jul 3, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

The State cannot ask a series of impermissible questions concerning prior acts of misconduct on cross-examination, and then claim that the defendant …

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