This week's installment of Tech Circuit brings new assignments for David Curle and Kelli Clark, among others; and a judicial scandal involving unfortunate courtroom attire. [MORE
Aaron Swartz's suicide last Friday triggered criticism of prosecutors who charged the political activist in 2011 in Boston federal district court with the unauthorized use of a university's network t
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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