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Clorox: Making a Stink about Scents

Laundry bleach has a very distinctive strong smell that some people like and other people hate.  No wonder that major bleach manufacturers like Clorox have come out with scented versions of their liquid bleach. They now make “Citrus Blend” (far … Continue reading

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Can Mattel be prevented from making its own Frida Kahlo Barbie doll?

Frida KahloMexican artist Frida Kahlo de Rivera has left an incredible legacy, and this is arguably true with regard to both her art and personal life and image.It is therefore no surprise that quite a lot of initiatives, including films, restaurants, … Continue reading

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New EU Portal – Making Public Procurement Contracts More Transparent

Opentender – “This platform allows you to search and analyse tender data from 33 jurisdictions (28 EU member states, Norway, the EU Institutions, Iceland, Switzerland, Georgia). You can view the data on individual national portals by selecting a country below … Continue reading

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Making Sense of the Fee-Splitting Rule

Anthony Sebok, Selling Attorney’s Fees, U. Ill. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2018), available at SSRN. W. Bradley Wendel The humble fee-splitting rule—Rule 5.4(a) of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct and its substantial equivalents in various states—plays an outsized role in structuring the … Continue reading

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Making real change in law students’ lives, building upon the successes of our predecessors

ABA President-elect Bob Carlson spoke to a group of bar leaders about his priorities for his term. It is traditional for the incoming president to trumpet a new plan, perhaps for advocating for the Rule of Law, improving legal education, … Continue reading

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