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It’s Time to Admit That the Military Commissions Have Failed

I’ve written elsewhere about the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s stunning, unanimous decision in In re Al-Nashiri III to throw out three-and-a-half years’ worth of pre-trial rulings by a Guantánamo military commission in the case of the … Continue reading

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That’s right, it’s free – sign up for a new webinar on web access litigation

On April 23 at 11 a.m. eastern time I will be presenting a webinar on website accessibility litigation in conjunction with Jason Taylor of Usablenet, a firm that provides accessibility solutions for websites. It is free to register, just click … Continue reading

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BARACK OBAMA, WHITE NATIONALIST: Obama: You know, it’s not racist to believe that immigrants shou…

BARACK OBAMA, WHITE NATIONALIST: Obama: You know, it’s not racist to believe that immigrants should assimilate. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Rock On: It’s Tech Prom Time!

CDT’s annual dinner, Tech Prom, is right around the corner, and this is the place to get all the details on what to expect.   If you’ve received this update via email from CDT, congratulations! That means that you are … Continue reading

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Online Marketplace Defeats Trademark Suit Because It’s Not the “Seller”–OSU v. Redbubble

Some Redbubble listings for “urban meyer” Redbubble is an online marketplace for artists. It outsources many of its functions. Its artist-vendors “are automatically connected with a third-party manufacturer to make the goods.” Redbubble also uses third-party services to package/ship goods … Continue reading

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