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“A” Fabric Member is Limited to Single, Continuous Member

The Federal Circuit broke from the typical open-ended construction of “a” to mean “one or more,” and instead limited “a” to mean “one single, continuous member” in the nonprecedential opinion for Wonderland Nurserygoods, Co. v. Baby Trend, Inc. (Appeal Nos. 2017-1295 and … Continue reading

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Reassigning a member of the President's Cabinet to another Cabinet position

Recently there has been speculation in the media that should the incumbent Attorney General be dismissed or the position otherwise becomes vacant, the President could appoint another member of the Cabinet to the position without having to submit the nomination … Continue reading

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"Missing" MSC Crew Member: A Victim of Exploitation?

A MSC crew member who stayed in Grand Cayman last month, when her cruise ship left port, was sentenced to three months in prison for illegally remaining on the island.  As we previously reported, 34 year old Yusmaidys Ortiz Perez, … Continue reading

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IT’S OKAY! FACEBOOK IS A MEMBER OF THE GLOBAL COALITION TO END WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING ONLINE:  Bo…

IT’S OKAY! FACEBOOK IS A MEMBER OF THE GLOBAL COALITION TO END WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING ONLINE:  Body parts of threatened wildlife illegally sold on Facebook. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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MSC Crew Member Located in Grand Cayman – Why Did MSC Report Her Missing Four Days Late?

On March 27, 2018, MSC Cruises reported to the police in the Cayman Islands that a crew member was missing after she failed to re-board the MSC Opera cruise ship before its departure from George Town. We mentioned the incident … Continue reading

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