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Shareholder class actions against Qualcomm over frustrated Broadcom merger may turn on secrecy of CFIUS proceedings

Before we get to the actual topic of this post, a quick follow-up to the previous one: the Deseret News reports that President Trump has interviewed Senator Mike Lee, so the possibility of a FRAND-friendly Supreme Court Justice is real … Continue reading

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Immigrants Planning to Enter U.S. Must Turn Over Five Years of Social Media History

The U.S. State Department has announced that it will be requiring the vast majority of immigrants seeking visas to enter the U.S. to provide five years of detailed social media history usage, including their usernames for popular social media platforms … Continue reading

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New on LLRX – Correcting The Legal Industry’s Bad Turn On Lean Thinking

Via LLRX – Correcting The Legal Industry’s Bad Turn On Lean Thinking – Ken Grady’s commentary focuses on the challenges to successfully operationalizing “lean” in the legal sector. He states – “to understand why lean thinking is struggling in the … Continue reading

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Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit: Nevada, it’s your turn!

Strike 3 Holdings is filing lawsuits alleging illegal downloads of their adult films produced by Blacked, Tushy, and Vixen. In April 2018 they filed 6 new lawsuits in Nevada. Antonelli Law has local counsel located across the U.S., including in … Continue reading

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The Turn to Pluralist Jurisprudence

Nicole Roughan and Andrew Halpin, In Pursuit of Pluralist Jurisprudence (2017). Brian Tamanaha Jurisprudence usually changes gradually and imperceptibly, with large-scale shifts recognizable only with the benefit of hindsight. Seldom does it occur that a single piece signals a dramatic turn … Continue reading

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