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Wisconsin Become First State to Mandate Disclosure of Litigation Funding Arrangements

As the use of third-party litigation funding has become more widespread, one issue that has been debated is whether or not the existence and details of a funding arrangement must be disclosed to the adversarial parties. As I have noted … Continue reading

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When Does My Pillow Become Your Windfall?

Mike Lindell, has built an impressive business around a pretty simple brand name and trademark: We’ve previously written about the MyPillow trademark, noting the apparently narrow scope of rights it enjoys, as a result of the coexistence with some pretty similar marks, including … Continue reading

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Opportunity knocks: Apply to become an ABA LSD liaison

If you’ve been wanting to get more involved with both the Law Student Division and your practice area, your time is now! We’re opening up applications for our next round of LSD liaisons to ABA specialty groups. There are more … Continue reading

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The Opaque World of Arbitration Might Soon Become Clearer in New York

The New York Legislature has two bills pending in the Assembly and Senate which would make public, for the first time, details of private arbitrations. A09769 and S07146, sponsored by Matthew Titone and Brian Kavanagh respectively, are both crafted to … Continue reading

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Become a part of legal history – enter the Morris L. Cohen competition

Would you like the chance to win a trip to Chicago and present a paper this July at a national conference? Then enter the Tenth Annual Morris L. Cohen Student Essay Competition! ‘That the Future May Learn from the Past’ … Continue reading

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