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What's going to happen if you need to change a support order?

Divorce represents one of the most significant changes and transitions that a person will go through in his or her life. It is difficult and emotional, and a person will likely feel the impact of it for years to come. … Continue reading

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U.S. Military on the Southern Border: What's Their Proper Role?

The U.S. Army Follow Texas National Guard observes Rio Grande River, photo by U.S. Army In my last Crimmigration classes, we've been discussing the different players who at the border: the OFO at ports, Border Patrol between ports, ranchers, residents,… … Continue reading

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What's UpCounsel? LegalForce thinks it's false advertising

LegalForce RAPC Worldwide P.C. v. UpCounsel, Inc., 2019 WL 160335, No. 18-cv-02573-YGR (N.D. Cal. Jan. 10, 2019)LegalForce’s litigation against various competitors in the trademark registration world continues.  UpCounsel “is an online marketplace for legal services that enables users (primarily entrepreneurs … Continue reading

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What's the Impact of a Data Breach on a Company's Stock Price?

It's not as big or as consistent as you might think, but it's not negligible either.  Paul Bischoff and Matthew Dolan have done some research and posted the results here.  Interestingly, companies that suffer breaches tend to be underperforming companies … Continue reading

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What's Up with WOTUS?

Just when many thought the 2015 Clean Water Rule or “WOTUS” was relegated to the archives of history, it has been revived. In fact, as of mid-September, 2018, WOTUS is the controlling definition for “waters of the United States” in … Continue reading

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