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Georgia Court Allows Late Filing in Car Accident Case Because of Traffic Citation

Georgia personal injury cases generally have to abide by a two-year statute of limitations. This means that plaintiffs have two years after a car crash or other personal injury incident to file a lawsuit in court. However, there are exceptions … Continue reading

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Amazon case shows profound difference between DMCA safe harbor & 230 immunity

Kangaroo Mfg. Inc. v. Amazon.com Inc., No. CV-17-01806-PHX-SPL, 2019 WL 1280945 (D. Ariz. Mar. 20, 2019)The Amazon Chronicles often asks “what is Amazon?”  An interesting question to build a law school course around might be “what can Amazon do?”  Here, … Continue reading

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Papering Over the Cracks: The GCEU Judgement in Case T-851/14 Slovak Telekom v Commission

Damien Geradin, Tilburg Law & Economics Center (TILEC); EUCLID Law; University College London – Faculty of Laws and Robert O'Donoghue, Brick Court Chambers are Papering Over the Cracks: The GCEU Judgement in Case T-851/14 Slovak Telekom v Commission. ABSTRACT: On… … Continue reading

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Ponds Scam Fails As Ethical Bar Counsel Uncovers Perjured Testimony In Its Own Case

A most unusual District of Columbia Ad Hoc Hearing Committee report recommends dismissal of all charges against an attorney. Disciplinary Counsel presented its case-in-chief on February 11-12, 2019, and called the following witnesses: Ernie Davis (Respondent’s client and the complainant);… … Continue reading

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Patent case: Natural Alternatives International Inc. v. Creative Compounds LLC, USA

Thomas LongClaims for methods of administering beta-alanine to increase muscles’ working capacity were valid treatment claims, not merely directed to natural laws. Claims for the supplement products and means of making them were directed to specific formulations, not natural phenomena. … Continue reading

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