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Busting Two Myths About Paid Prioritization

Eight out of 10 Americans support net neutrality, which makes opposing it a bad look for both politicians and corporate PR. So everyone says something along the lines of being in favor of net neutrality or an Internet Bill of … Continue reading

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Comprehensive Data about Federal Circuit Opinions

Jason Rantanen (Iowa) has already blogged about his new article, but I thought I would mention it briefly has well. He has created a database of data about Federal Circuit opinions. An article describing it is forthcoming in the American … Continue reading

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3 Things to Know about the Crime-Fraud Exception

Exceptions to the attorney-client privilege in California are set out in Evid C §§956–962. Of particular interest since the FBI’s raid on the office of President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen has been the crime-fraud exception to the privilege. Under … Continue reading

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MADISON BRESHEARS: Feminists Don’t Care About The Gender Gap In Ballet; Why Should We Care About Th…

MADISON BRESHEARS: Feminists Don’t Care About The Gender Gap In Ballet; Why Should We Care About The One In Tech? Plus: “Nursing is a pretty good gig — it pays well, is flexible, and nurses can find work anywhere. So, … Continue reading

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