In a closely watched case, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held yesterday that a “Like” on Facebook is a form of speech that is protected under the First Amendment.
“I’m getting my name out there.” I hear that a lot. That isn’t a strategy! Strategy doesn’t have to be long and complicated. But… there are 3 simple requirements of an effective strategy.
In the past few years, the legal academy has become more concerned with the question of how exactly a defendant’s due process rights play out in the class action context.
As the USPTO fiscal year comes to an end on September 30, I thought this would be a good time to review the USPTO backlog statistics.
I haven’t blogged much over the last 10 years about LexBlog and my thoughts on starting a business. Getting questions on the subject from time to time and a Fred Wilson (@fredwilson) post this morning, I thought now a good time to do so.
The Daily Echo reports today on the remarkable story of Syrian refugees rescued today at sea.
An Atlanta-area lawyer pleaded guilty last week in US District Court to a charge of wire fraud after operating a $1.35 million scam.
According to Libby Nelson at Politico, on Tuesday September 17, deputy director of the White House Domestic Policy Council James Kvaal announced at a National Press Club that the administration is revising the College Scorecard to include median incomes of graduates.
In Effort to Reduce Barriers to Broadband Access, White House Announces Tools to Ease Use of Federal Lands
In a blog post on September 16, 2013, the White House Office of Science And Technology Policy announced actions taken that the government hopes will reduce barriers for companies seeking to deploy broadband networks on federal properties and rights of way.
New York’s stop-and-frisk program has always drawn the ire of civil rights advocates, both for the principles surrounding it and for the discrimination it’s been assumed to lead to. As the program goes into its second decade of existence and large amounts of data have been collected on its results, it seems the fears have been warranted. Joining LXBN TV to explain is attorney Jeff Greco of Greco & Associates and the New York Criminal Law Advisor.