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Top Internet Law Developments of 2017 (Very Late)

[It’s a sign of my busy 2018 that I’m only now posting my annual Internet Law year-in-review recap. Better late than never?] 2017 was a generally OK year for me personally. My wife’s health has been stable, I was able … Continue reading

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Very Pissed Off Judge – Slamming Bank of America

Bank of America In re Sundquist v. Bank of America, Case No. 10-35624 (Bankruptcy court, E.D. CA. 1/18/18) Bank of America, with a gun to the Sundquists’ heads… This motion to dismiss begans a hostage standoff. Bank of America, with … Continue reading

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1 Very Good Reason Not to Negotiate a Job Offer

To negotiate a job offer or not negotiate a job offer, that is the question. In some circumstances, some would advise against any attempts to negotiate a job offer. Many lawyers will face this question when hunting for in-house counsel … Continue reading

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The very liberal LA Times seems to be crushing their own new union Hot Air

Something really strange is going on at the Los Angeles Times and it has nothing to do with the local, national or international stories their reporters are covering. Recently, the staff at the paper voted to unionize, joining the NewsGuild. … Continue reading

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PAUL MCCARTNEY ON HIS LIFE AS A BASSIST. This should be very interesting to musicians….

PAUL MCCARTNEY ON HIS LIFE AS A BASSIST. This should be very interesting to musicians. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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