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Court Says California’s Anti-Spam Statute Doesn’t Regulate Affiliate Networks–Bank v. Hydra

This judgment followed a bench trial in a case over three unwanted email messages. The case was originally filed in 2010! The plaintiff is a lawyer suing pro se. The defendant is Hydra Group, which operated an affiliate network. The … Continue reading

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Litigating Your Divorce: It Doesn’t Have to be That Way

By David DePuy The New Hampshire statutes and court rules set forth the procedures for initiating and litigating a divorce proceeding beginning with the filing of a Petition by the Petitioner and an Answer by the Respondent.  Thereafter, the Court … Continue reading

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GDPR Compliance Doesn’t Guarantee California Consumer Privacy Act Compliance

Privacy law experts warn companies not to assume they can comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) because they are in compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). “The fact is, CCPA is not GDPR, and it … Continue reading

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Divorce Doesn’t Have to Be the Experience We Have Been Programmed to Expect.

Divorce. D-I-V-O-R-C-E.From Tammy Wynette, to movies like The War of the Roses and ads touting divorce as a boxing match or dog fight, our culture has programmed us to anticipate a fight if we are faced with the probability of a divorce. Destroy … Continue reading

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A Connecticut Bill Would Help Ensure That Re-Entry Doesn’t Last a Lifetime for the Formerly Incarcerated

Connecticut could be the first to make the formerly incarcerated a protected class under the state’s antidiscrimination law. This year, I moved from one city in Connecticut to a new one. On top of the usual stress of trying to … Continue reading

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