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...pharma counsel and now plaintiffs attorney Matt Harman of Harman Law in Atlanta. New Jersey attorney Christopher Naughton hosts. The conversation kicks off...
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...the college. The presentation is scheduled for October 11 in Atlanta. Speakers Partner Andy...
In his famous concurrence in Katz v. United States, U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan II articulated the two-pronged test still used to determine whether an area is protected by the Fo
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