Six judges are set to steer a course on patent reform, topple precedent and just maybe fall in line with the Supreme Court
...penalties for violators—for their 500 million residents. The courts and Congress have placed a bullseye on U.S. National Security Agency surveillance programs...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...answering the mail, then as a legislative assistant for a member of Congress, and then in essentially a lobbying position at a DC law firm...
...information about Americans' phone calls and email contacts. "Congress and the president have failed to do anything about this," Lieu...
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