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 07 Mar, 2016

Weekly Legal News Roundup: March 7, 2016

The loss of Justice Scalia leads to uncertainty about class action cases Embed from Getty Images   Justice Antonin Scalia’s death leaves the US Supreme Court with the potential for 4-4 ties between the evenly split conservative/liberal justices. Given a 4-4 decision, the lower court’s ruling stands. This leaves corporations with a less certain win […]

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by Marie Claire Legal News

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 04 Mar, 2016

Why the F*** Do Lawyers Curse So Much?

You know the idiom “curse like a sailor”? Well, sailors have f****** nothing on attorneys. You read about us, see us on TV, cursing up a storm; in the office, the bar, in the courtroom, everywhere. We know the media portrays attorneys a bit flamboyantly, but as far as cursing goes, well . . . […]

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 29 Feb, 2016

Weekly Legal News Roundup

Appeals Court strikes down Ohio laws banning political lies Embed from Getty Images Ohio laws banning political lies in campaigns were struck down this week in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. The laws attempted to prohibit statements made about candidates that are knowingly false. The court ruled this to be a violation of the […]

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by Marie Claire Legal News, Uncategorized

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 23 Feb, 2016

Weekly Legal News Roundup

Judge orders Apple to assist in unlocking San Bernadino shooter’s phone Embed from Getty Images A Los Angeles federal judge ordered Apple to assist the FBI in unlocking the iPhone of San Bernadino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. Apple strongly opposes the order, releasing a letter to their customers outlining their opposition and the implications of complying with […]

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by Marie Claire Legal News, Uncategorized

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 19 Feb, 2016

What Happens When a Professional Poker Player Watches “Making a Murderer?”

My educational background is in communication theory, so I’ve had a lot of fun meeting with Kenna James over the last few weeks talking about “bluffs” and “tells” and how we see these non-verbal communications in the business and legal world. I admit, at first I was skeptical of some of the signs he told […]

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