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“Money, It’s a Gas” – Bureau Director Smith Makes NAD Debut

To kick off this year’s National Advertising Division Annual Conference, Andrew Smith—the FTC’s new Director of the Consumer Protection Bureau—discussed his views on the Commission’s priorities with respect to remedies, privacy and data security, and national advertising cases. Given the … Continue reading

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Hey Honey! It’s National Honey Month!

Backyard beekeepers rejoice! September is National Honey Month, and we are jumping for joy in our house. Why are we jumping for joy you ask? It is all because of Honey; a deliciously sweet treat that literally goes with everything. … Continue reading

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SCRAPPLEFACE: Kavanaugh Accuser Demands Trump Act ‘More Trumpy.’ It’s satire, but considering…

SCRAPPLEFACE: Kavanaugh Accuser Demands Trump Act ‘More Trumpy.’ It’s satire, but considering how restrained the White House has been in response to insanity kicked off by Dianne Feinstein, is it really? Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts – … Continue reading

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Wake up law firms, it’s RSS

RSS is the standard for the syndication of published content across the open web. For law firms, RSS is how their content reaches many readers, especially their blog content. But of late, I am finding many law firms not using … Continue reading

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Struck out at OCI? It’s not the end of the world

It’s happened – you did not get a callback from OCI. Perhaps you’re at a top-ranked law school and through the lottery system set up 30 interviews and told your story again and again (and again). Still, while some of … Continue reading

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