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Benjamin Farrow: Small Steps Make a Big Impact in Supporting Access to Justice

In Attorney at Work’s Q&A series, Mary Juetten checks in with Legal Shield lawyers and legal tech entrepreneurs working to improve access to justice. This time, Benjamin Farrow of The Anderson Law Firm discusses the importance of listening, technology’s emerging … Continue reading

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Washington Court Finds Decision Not to Retire Is Substantial Change Supporting Modification of Spousal Maintenance

Once a Washington divorce decree is issued, a maintenance award can only be modified by the court when the party seeking the modification shows a substantial change in circumstances.  A fact unknown to the trial court or an unanticipated fact … Continue reading

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Eleventh Lawsuit Against Social Media Providers for “Materially Supporting Terrorists” Fails–Palmucci v. Twitter

This case is before the same district court judge who handled Fields v. Twitter and Copeland v. Twitter. It involves the 2015 terrorist attack in Paris, but “[t]here are no allegations in the AC that Abaaoud, Laachraoui, or any of the … Continue reading

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Global Civil Society Weighs In Supporting Petition for a Non-Commercial Stakeholder Group at ICANN

Dozens of civil society organizations from all corners of the globe signed a statement submitted to ICANNs Public Forum supporting the proposal to form a Non-Commercial Stakeholder Group (NCSG) from the Non-Commercial Users Constituency (NCUC). Supporters of NCUCs petition include … Continue reading

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Disregarding unrebutted medical evidence in the record supporting an application for accidental disability retirement benefits fatal to the Medical Board and the Board of Trustees rejecting the application

Petitioner's application for accident disability retirement (ADR) benefits was rejected by both the Medical Board and the Board of Trustees. The Appellate Division unanimously annulled these decisions, on the law, and the matter remanded for further proceedings.Petitioner, said the Appellate … Continue reading

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