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Deal Protections and Remedies: A Study of Public Merger Agreements in 2016

Apr 13, 2017 By: Daniel Rubin

Practical Law has published its fourth annual survey of deal-protection measures in public M&A deals. In this study we analyze the provisions

Copyright Fair Use: How the Grinch Stole Cindy Lou Who’s…Theater Cred?

Apr 12, 2017 By: Anna Wiles

In December, Broadway playwright Matthew Lombardo filed a lawsuit against Dr. Seuss Enterprises (Seuss) alleging fair use of a copyright and tortious

Case of drone downed with shotgun does not raise federal question

Apr 5, 2017 By: Aaron Rolloff

A Kentucky federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit over an unmanned aircraft, ruling that despite the Federal Aviation Administration’s authority over all

The Power of an Oxford Comma

Apr 5, 2017 By: Owais Ahmed

The Oxford Comma debate has been plaguing the English speaking world since the inception of the English language. While people may debate

5 ways to cut legal research costs

Apr 3, 2017 By: Silvia Fejka

Billable hours are a fine balancing act, and time spent researching can easily start to accumulate, even for an experienced attorney, when

TOPICAL ROUNDUP: MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR VERDICTS

Mar 31, 2017 By: Jean Sica

Excerpts of jury verdict summaries with recent multi-million verdicts, as summarized in Jury Verdicts & Settlements, include a $127M award to a teenager sexually

The New Normal: Run Your Law Firm Like a Business in 2017 // Part 3: Cash In

Mar 29, 2017 By: Jared Correia

Editor’s Note: Jared Correia is a paid guest blogger. Do you want to make more money in 2017?  Then, get comfortable talking

Self-Driving Auto Industry is a Race for Dominance

Mar 27, 2017 By: Adam Riley

Google’s sister company and self-driving car developer, Waymo, has sued Uber and its self-driving truck subsidiary, Otto, over alleged trade secret theft. The

Attorneys cheer (and jeer) high court’s cheerleading outfit copyright holding

Mar 23, 2017 By: Patrick Hughes

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a two-dimensional cheerleading uniform design may be protected under copyright law even if the outfit

The New Normal: Run Your Law Firm Like a Business in 2017 // Part 2: Collaborative Clients

Mar 22, 2017 By: Jared Correia

Editor’s Note: Jared Correia is a paid guest blogger. In many ways American culture is facing a “new normal.”  New politics, new

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