Want to clear a criminal record? This lawyer has an app for that

A Rasa team member (left) helps a woman register for the Rasa app at a legal clinic at Arizona State University in Phoenix. Photo courtesy of Rasa. The impact for…

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Trump Lawyers Rest After Running Out Of Ways To Piss Off Jurors In Carroll Defamation Case

(Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images) [UPDATE: About 5 minutes after turning in this article, the jury returned and tagged Trump with an $83.3M in liability.] Is…

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201.54M RMB Trade Secret Verdict Upheld by China’s Supreme People

In what is believed to be the largest Chinese trade secret misappropriation verdict ever, China’s Supreme People’s Court affirmed a ruling in favor of Sennics Chemical Technology Co., Ltd. (http://www.sennics.com) for…

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Tennessee politicians propose state constitutional amendment to expand pretrial detention – JURIST

A bipartisan group of Tennessee state legislators unveiled a proposed state constitutional amendment on Friday to grant judges more discretion to detain individuals without bail before trial for specific violent…

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Professor Kat Macfarlane’s Paper, Disability Without Documentation, Cited in Psychology Today Article

The Psychology Today article “How Suspicion Feeds Stigma Against Neurodivergent People” cites Professor Kat Macfarlane’s Fordham Law Review paper “Disability Without Documentation.” Macfarlane, the director of the Disability Law and…

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ILTA Announces A New Two-Day Conference In April, ILTA EVOLVE, Focused on Gen AI and Cybersecurity

The International Legal Technology Association, whose ILTACON conference in the United States and ILTACON Europe in London are must-attend events for many in the legal technology industry, announced yesterday that…

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“How To Win More Money for Terminated Executives,” Law360

New York City attorney Stephen Zweig contributed the Expert Analysis piece, “How To Win More Money for Terminated Executives,” to Law360. The article advises counsel representing terminated executives on negotiating…

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Measuring Oral Arguments In The 2023/2024 Term

Some things from this year’s oral arguments are clear. We know for instance, who is talking more and less. These intricacies follow from what we saw last term. Justice Jackson is the…

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Beltway Labor and Employment News for January 26, 2024

The Beltway Buzz is a weekly update summarizing labor and employment news from inside the Beltway and clarifying how what’s happening in Washington, D.C., could impact your business. Tax Package/ERC Update. For what…

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The Guardian: UK transportation agency illegally obtained personal data in order to issue fines to EU drivers – JURIST

The UK-based Guardian newspaper released an exclusive report Friday revealing that Transport for London (TfL) issued fines to thousands of EU drivers by illegally obtaining their personal information in what…

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Super Lawyers Honors 4 Goldberg Segalla Illinois Attorneys

Four attorneys in Goldberg Segalla’s Chicago office have been recognized among the 2024 Illinois Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” The Goldberg Segalla attorneys achieving the prestigious designation this year include Larry D….

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Lawyer Life Is No Picnic

Notes to my (legal) self. The post Lawyer Life Is No Picnic appeared first on Above the Law. Source link

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Reasonable Accommodation and the ADA: New Cases Highlight Compliance Tips for Employers (Podcast)

Reasonable Accommodation and the ADA: New Cases Highlight Compliance Tips for Employers (Podcast) Source link

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Burkina Faso military faces scrutiny for drone strikes on civilian targets – JURIST

Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a report Thursday bringing attention to three military drone strikes conducted by Burkina Faso’s government, reportedly targeting Islamist fighters. The strikes took place between August…

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Should I Stay or Should I Go? The IRS Makes the Decision Hard for Employers Who Filed For or Accepted Refunds Under the Employee Retention Tax Credit

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced two relief programs for employers that may have claimed credits under the employee retention credit (ERC) based on erroneous or specious eligibility standards….

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Understanding the Legal Requirements for Running a Holiday L

Running a holiday let in the UK can be a lucrative venture, but it’s essential to understand and comply with various legal requirements. This guide delves into the key legal…

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The Choice To Retire From The Supreme Court

Ed. Note: Welcome to our daily feature Trivia Question of the Day! Of the 116 people who have been sworn is as Supreme Court justices, how many have elected to…

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No Private Right of Action for Frequency of Pay Claims in New Yor

On January 17, 2024, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court for the Second Department held in Grant v. Global Aircraft Dispatch, Inc. that no private right of action exists…

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Czech Republic Senate rejects Istanbul Convention – JURIST

The Czech Republic Senate voted against ratifying the Istanbul Convention, a convention from the Council of Europe (COE) intended to curb domestic violence and violence against women. Czech Minister for European…

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New AI Features In Practical Law Enable Users To Ask Legal Questions And Find Relevant Contract Clauses

In November, when Thomson Reuters announced the integration of generative AI within its flagship legal research platform Westlaw Precision, it also announced the beta version of a generative AI integration…

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