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The Ninth Circuit ruled Wednesday that GoDaddy.com can't be held liable for facilitating its customers' cybersquatting, as alleged in a suit brought by the Malaysian state-owned petro-giant Petronas
A divided Ninth Circuit panel rejected a challenge from the United Parcel Service and its lawyers at Paul Hastings to a nearly $700,000 attorney fee award in a gender discrimination case that produce
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