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251(h) mergers, what are they called anyway?

Ever since Delaware adopted §251(h) to deal with the percolating top-up option issue ('you're going to issue how many shares?!'), there has been a small, but nagging issue. What do we call this new kind of merger. Well, lawyers aren't… … Continue reading

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NO. THEY ARE DEADLY, BUT NOT SERIOUS:  Are You Serious?…

NO. THEY ARE DEADLY, BUT NOT SERIOUS:  Are You Serious? Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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There’s A Problem With DNA Testing At Crime Labs – They Often Get It Wrong.

Boise State University Professor Dr. Greg Hampikian is a  Biologist whose work has identified persons wrongly accused and convicted of crimes. He is regarded as one of the foremost forensic DNA experts in the United States and beyond. He is … Continue reading

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Five students on how they faced their biggest challenges in law school

Unless you’re incredibly lucky, you’re going to face challenges and burdens during law school, along with unforeseeable circumstances, that will test your ability to succeed. Nobody can tell you the best way to handle stress because what works is unique … Continue reading

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WaPo: Pr. George’s police thought they were bursting into home of a drug dealer. They were at an innocent man’s door instead.

WaPo: Pr. George’s police thought they were bursting into home of a drug dealer. They were at an innocent man’s door instead. by Lynh Bui and Clarence Williams: A police search warrant team going after a drug dealer targeted the … Continue reading

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