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Recession hitting Clean Break Orders

Mesher Orders aren't something you hear too much about. Or at least they weren't, but the climate is changing and talk of them is now becoming more common, even if they are not an ideal option for anyone. Effectively in … Continue reading

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Summer Break 2011

Jotwell is taking a short summer break. Posting will resume on Tuesday, September 6, 2011. See you then. Read more detail on Recent Administrative Law Posts –

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A story that will break your heart and inspire you.

Read "Rachel's Last Fund-Raiser," by Nicholas Kristof, in today's New York Times or here. To donate in Rachel's memory, see here. Read more detail on Recent Corporate Law Department Posts –

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Writers' Union of Canada Proposes to Break Ranks with Access Copyright

There is serious trouble brewing at Access Copyright. Michael Geist reports that the Writers' Union of Canada ("TWUC") has passed a motion at its AGM declaring that: RECOGNIZING that collective licensing of copyright is a vital interest of the creator … Continue reading

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River Barges Break Loose and Crash into Mississippi River Bridge

Baton Rouge, LA – On Saturday, May 14, 2011 two dozen barges were being towed in the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, LA when 4 of the barges got loose. Two of the stray barges struck the Old Mississippi River … Continue reading

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