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U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Oral Arguments on Oct. 12th in Immigration Case Involving Question of Whether LPR is Eligible for 212(c) Waiver

SCOTUS is hearing oral arguments in immigration case out of the Ninth Circuit in Judulang v. Holder, Docket No.: 10-694, on issue of whether Lawful Permanent Resident who plead guilty to manslaughter in 1989, was eligible for INA ยง 212(c) … Continue reading

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New Ruling Addresses Whether Dukes Will Have Far-Reaching Effects Outside Of The Employment Law Context

By Lynn Kappelman and Reema Kapur Case law following in the wake of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, 131 S. Ct. 2541 (2011), illustrates the twists and turns of how federal district court judges are grappling with the task of … Continue reading

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Dharmapala, Garoupa & McAdams on Whether Exclusionary Rules Convict the Innocent

Dhammika Dharmapala (pictured), Nuno Garoupa and Richard H. McAdams (University of Illinois College of Law , University of Illinois College of Law and University of Chicago Law School) has posted Do Exclusionary Rules Convict the Innocent? Here is the abstract:… … Continue reading

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My question is whether Honda HQ approved the dealership name

Duncan's Hokie Honda (photo courtesy of Zachary Schrag). Is the use of the Virginia Tech colors and logos more objectionable than the use of the nickname? Note that the physical dealership looks like a regular Honda dealership. Read more detail … Continue reading

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Ruling Leaves Silicon Valley Lawyers Wondering Whether 'Practicality' Means 'Patentable'

The Federal Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruling in CyberSource v. Retail Decisions leaves room for debate about what kinds of business methods can be patented, thanks to one word: practicality. [via: Ruling Leaves Silicon Valley Lawyers Wondering Whether 'Practicality' … Continue reading

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