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A Puffed Quinoa By Any Other Name Would Still Be False Advertising

Puffed quinoa snacks presumably would contain mostly quinoa right? Not according to the putative class action lawsuit filed in a New York federal court earlier this year. Lead plaintiff Russell Ransom alleges that defendant I Heart Foods Corp.’s line of … Continue reading

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Proposed Bill Would Allow Judges to Consider Pets’ Best Interests In Rhode Island Divorces

Currently, pets are treated as property in divorces. However, a bill proposed in last year’s legislative session of the Rhode Island state government would change that. Though it has stalled in committee, the bill would allow judges to consider the … Continue reading

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Potential Trump Supreme Court pick Amul Thakar would be good for the court and good for Republicans | Fox News

Given that the process of picking a Supreme Court nominee is inherently political, President Trump won’t surprise anyone if his final choice involves some political advantage to him or Republicans. If that’s the case he couldn’t do better than to … Continue reading

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Axel Voss’s JURI Report on Article 13 Would Violate Internet Users’ Fundamental Rights

Christina AngelopoulosLast week, the Legal Affairs (JURI) Committee of the European Parliament voted in favour of Rapporteur MEP Axel Voss’s proposal on Article 13 of the draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. The saga surrounding this infamous … Continue reading

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"What Tocqueville Would Think of Today’s Criminal Justice Reforms"

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