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The patchwork of state laws sitting at the intersection of technology and society led a federal judge to make a direct appeal to Congress for an amendment to the Social Security Act that would addres
...different scenarios. Charles Rothfeld of Mayer Brown, who represented the Capatos, rose to say that the Social Security law "unambiguously dictates the...
...and lived there for three years. In August 1999, shortly after the Capatos' were married, Robert was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. Before beginning chemotherapy, he...
In a case that illustrates how technology advances more quickly than the law, a federal appeals court has ruled that children born as a result of in vitro fertilization long after their father has di
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