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Police: Man with broken phone drives into Verizon storefront | Fox News

RALEIGH, N.C. –  A 74-year-old man ranting about a broken phone drove his car through the glass storefront of a Verizon Wireless store in North Carolina, authorities said Friday, stunning shoppers during the dinner hour at an upscale mall. via … Continue reading

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What Drives Product Companies to Sue?

There are many studies of patent litigation, including the reasons that firms litigate – I have worked on some myself. Much of it is really helpful information, but all of the studies lack one key component: the patents that get … Continue reading

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Voters’ Distrust of Legislators Drives Agency Lawmaking

Do you trust Congress to make laws with your best interests at heart? If your answer is no, you are not alone: In late 2017, only about 35 percent of Americans trusted Congress, compared to 45 percent for the executive … Continue reading

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Partisanship Drives State Agencies’ Resistance to Federal Regulation

The vertical fragmentation of regulatory authority in the U.S. political system creates numerous opportunities for conflict between federal and state governments. In the context of energy policy, one such opportunity arises from the dual authority of the states and federal … Continue reading

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Divorce Drives Litigant into Depression and Bankruptcy

You may have heard of the “good divorce”, a concept explored by Psychology Today in 2009 where they suggested that “it is possible if you know how to do it”. Unfortunately, as a divorce lawyer I rarely see the good … Continue reading

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