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Shareholders Demand To Know How Northrop Grumman Will Protect Human Rights While Building Massive DHS Database

Over the next few years, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to implement an enormous biometric collection program which will endanger the rights of citizens and foreigners alike. The agency intends to collect at least seven types of biometric … Continue reading

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Building Code is a Land Use Regulation for Purposes of RLUIPA

The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee held that a local church may proceed with most of its claims under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA).  In Layman Lessons Church v. Metropolitan Government of … Continue reading

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Building the health systems of tomorrow: dealmaking and the future of the life sciences sector

EY has recently published a year-in-review report for deal making in the global life sciences industry.  The publication features some interesting statistics about deal activity in the past year, and makes predictions about which trends will carry forward into the … Continue reading

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Odor of Marijuana and search of commercial building to be consider by Massachusetts SJC

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard oral argument on April 2 in the Commonwealth v. Long. This case raises the issues of the detection of marijuana and probable cause to search a commercial building.   In this case, two officers … Continue reading

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AWESOME wall building technology!!!

Amurica!!! You could also add towers and drone ports! Plus underground hangers for Harrier jets! And snakes. Great colonies of trained rattlesnakes. That'll stop 'em. I'm only partly kidding, obviously. Read more detail on Recent Legal Theory posts – Justia … Continue reading

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