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Common Sense: A Battle for Control, With Far-Reaching Consequences

No matter who wins in the fight over the proposed reunion of CBS and Viacom, both companies will be profoundly affected and the media landscape will be transformed. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Common Sense: With Tesla in a Danger Zone, Can Model 3 Carry It to Safety?

A test drive shows the allure of the company’s mass-market electric car and limitations of its Autopilot system. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts – Last search terms:Common Sense: With Tesla in a Danger Zone Can … 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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It’s all over: Why the Waymo v. Uber self-driving settlement makes sense

Enlarge (credit: Uber) On Friday morning, Waymo and Uber settled their trade secrets lawsuit, setting the stage for self-driving marketplace competition rather than a legal battle. After a drawn-out struggle both in a court of law and the court of … Continue reading

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Singer v. Newton: Making Sense of Federal Preemption and Drone Regulation

Last week US District Judge William G. Young ruled in favor of Dr. Singer in Singer’s lawsuit against the city of Newton, MA (Newton) challenging portions of the city’s local unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drone) ordinance. With the continued … Continue reading

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