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Ga. Court of Appeals Holds State Insolvency Pool Entitled to “Offset” Claims Using Other “Primary” Insurance Coverage

All Georgia employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance. This provides medical and wage replacement benefits to employees who are injured in the course of their employment. For example, if you are in a car accident while driving a … Continue reading

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Mayer: The Promises And Perils Of Using Big Data To Regulate Nonprofits

Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer (Notre Dame) has posted his article, The Promises and Perils of Using Big Data to Regulate Nonprofits, to SSRN (forthcoming in the Washington Law Review). Here is a brief abstract: For the optimist, government use of “Big… … Continue reading

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San Francisco using algorithm to wipe out Marijuana convictions

San Francisco using algorithm to wipe out Marijuana convictionsBy Christopher Coble, Esq.  Mr. Coble's article is posted on the Internet at: https://blogs.findlaw.com/legally_weird/2019/02/sf-using-algorithm-to-wipe-out-weed-convictions.html?DCMP=cons_top:nwl Read more detail on Recent Employment Law posts –

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Using Google Maps costs more than you think.

Via LLRX – Using Google Maps costs more than you think. – Jason Voiovich’s article focuses on a subject of recent attention by Congress, privacy groups and journalists, both in the U.S. and abroad. Tech Giants distribute services and applications … Continue reading

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Using Claim Construction to Import Limitations

In Continental Circuits LLC v. Intel Corp. No. 2018-1076 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 8, 2019) the Federal Circuit determined the district court erred in its claim construction and explained the high bar that must be met to import limitations from a … Continue reading

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