Copyright laws strain under rapid advances in technology, and clash with the public's desire to share creative works
...ago on the bridge of the Enterprise in Star Trek. In the past year, we also have had...
A state appeals court overturns a $1.82 million jury verdict in a disability discrimination case, saying the trial judge's procedural errors "poisoned" the outcome
New Jersey Law Journal
...college preparatory courses, and small group combat stress counseling. In partnership with Trek Bicycle Corp., which donates custom-made bicycles to disabled veterans, WWP sponsors...
...smart masses," but their goods aren't limited to "Star Trek" T-shirts and coffee mugs with Linux puns. ...
New Jersey Law Journal
My recommendation against using split infinitives isn't based on the practice being wrong. As indicated above, most modern authorities say it isn't wrong, though they disapprove the structure if it m
...and a fan of things futuristic, Gertner keeps a statuette of Star Trek's Captain Kathryn Janeway in her Boston courthouse. The captain would...
The Immigration and Naturalization Service has released documentary evidence showing that the handling of Muslims arrested on immigration charges after Sept. 11 has been fraught with delay and sloppy
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