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we said the meal was a "value," we just didn't say to whom

Killeen v. McDonald’s Corp., 2018 WL 1695366, No. 17 CV 874 (N.D. Ill. Apr. 6, 2018)Courts will only rarely protect consumers against their inability in the moment to do math; this is not one of those times. Killeen alleged that … Continue reading

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ATL’s list of lawyers who just said “no” to representing Trump

Above the Law is maintaining a running list of lawyers and law firms who have refused to represent President Trump here. — Joe Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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"Despite a personal appeal from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Roman Catholic Church has said that Pope Francis will not apologize…"

"… for its role in a Canadian system that forced generations of Indigenous children into boarding schools. The residential school system, as it is commonly known in Canada, was described as a form of 'cultural genocide' by a national Truth … Continue reading

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They sort of like saying "shithole" — because they said it a few extra times.

I'm paraphrasing Lenny Bruce — at the behest of a reader who sent me this clip: Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Dropbox Is Said to Be Planning to Go Public This Year

The online storage company, one of Silicon Valley’s closely watched “unicorns,” has filed confidentially to stage an initial public offering. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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