As Bob Dylan once said, the times, they are a-changin’. And it was only a matter of time before all that change reached the legal industry.
Earlier this week, a 10 year old child drowned in a crowded swimming pool on NCL’s Norwegian Gem.
Most countries, including the United States, are parties to a collection of international drug control treaties—the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances, and the 1988 Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances—which require signatories to outlaw the manufacture, distribution, and possession of certain controlled substances (like heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and cannabis).
Winning cases for our clients is nothing new, but this week we won a few based on good ol’ science.
This week I’ve been reading Claire Tomalin’s Jane Austen: A Life. That’s risky for me to admit, as surveys show the female/male ratio of “Janeites” runs about 25:1. Mockery from readers may be unavoidable, and even deserved.
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start to summer, and many Americans will celebrate with cookouts, camping, road trips and other activities that involve food.
In the Central District of California—often known as a magical kingdom for plaintiffs in wage-hour lawsuits—Judge Fernando Olguin brought everyone back to reality by denying class certification.
Previously we’ve discussed Hooli’s reverse engineering of Pied Piper’s technology and the threatened lawsuit for ownership of the technology.
FCC Commissioner Clyburn Speaks On Need to Reform Lifeline to Bridge the Homework Gap and Digital Divide
This morning, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn spoke at the Schools, Health & Library Broadband (SHLB) Coalition’s fifth annual conference, where she laid out her thoughts on how to address the challenge of the “homework gap” and digital divide.