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Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
Twenty-four years ago, I wrote my first software patent application, "Debugging Parallel Programs by Serialization." A little more than two years after filing the application, the patent issued with
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Originally Published: Law Technology News
...required to pay damages equal to the amount of unpaid sick time, plus actual damages suffered by the employee as a result of the violation...
A long-awaited report by the Commission on Judicial Conduct on whether judges should have special license plates on their personal vehicles concludes there is nothing inherently unethical about a jud
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
... Additionally, social networks are pretty open places. Even without a profile, you can search the sites for information on who uses them. Take...
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