...reason for optimism. Commissioner Catherine Sandoval, a Santa Clara University School of Law professor, generally agreed with the groups' petition and has...
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By Dennis Crouch A group of sixty US intellectual property law professors have signed a letter to Congress supporting anti-troll patent reform legislation. This effort was driven by Professor Love
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...reimbursement for services rendered to special-education students parentally placed in nonpublic schools. A plain-language reading of the Medicaid statute indicates that medical assistance...
The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
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In his Ethics and Criminal Practice column, Joel Cohen, of counsel at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, writes that truth-telling witnesses will inevitably remember probative events differently on different
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