Posts made in December, 2010

Merrill Corporation Expands Legal Document Review Facilities In New York City

12/30/2010 A principal provider of technology-enabled services, Merrill Corporation, announced today the momentous expansion of its legal document review facilities in the city of New York. These facilities form part of the company’s nationwide network of document review sites, which
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Popular Internet File-Sharing Service to Shut Down by December 31

12/8/2010 One of the world’s largest file sharing network will be shutting down by the end of 2010. Limewire, whose platform allowed people around the globe to share music and movies over the internet for free, said that it would
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New Trade Group for Medical Pot Industry Surfaces in Washington

12/8/2010 The Washington Cannabis Association, a new trade organization for the medical pot industry opened for business a couple of weeks ago. It now has around two dozen dues-paying members comprised of individual growers, dispensaries, as well as patient cooperatives.
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12/8/2010 Rambus filed lawsuits against six semiconductor firms for allegedly copying their technology. The multiple suits were filed late Wednesday in a Northern District of California court. The respondents of the lawsuits were Broadcom, Freescale, LSI, MediaTek, NVIDIA, and STMicro.
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Probe Unlikely to Change the Rules Investors Follow When Researching Stocks

12/7/2010 An investigation on insider trading is causing confusion among a number of investors and is also disrupting the “expert network” industry. For their part, securities lawyers, as well as law professors, say that such investigation is unlikely to modify
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Technology Companies Sued by CalTech Over Patent Infringements

12/7/2010 A California-based research university has filed a lawsuit against technology giants for infringement. The California Institute of Technology (CalTech) claim that LG Electronics, Nokia, Pantech, and a number of other chip manufacturers infringed upon some of its patents. CalTech
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Bill on Human Trafficking Passed by the Ohio State Senate

12/7/2010 A bill that aims to crack down on human trafficking, which have been referred to as modern-day slavery, was passed unanimously by the Ohio Senate. Sen. Teresa Fedor, a Democrat from Toledo, told her colleagues, “It is here .
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Usage-Based Broadband Pricing Backed by FCC Chief

12/6/2010 The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, has backed a metered-broadband Internet pricing system. This happened Wednesday as he officially made public the rules that will defend against possible traffic interference by Internet providers. Genachowski stated that
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Governor Welcomes The Offer Of Pharmaceutical Industry To Track Pseudoephedrine Sales

12/6/2010 The Governor of Missouri, Jay Nixon, has accepted the offer of the pharmaceutical industry to pay for the system that will track pseudoephedrine sales. The new computerized system, Gov. Nixon stated, will help the fight against methamphetamine labs by
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Should Luis Perez Be Given A Chance By Congress To Practice Law?

12/3/2010 Looking at Luis Perez, one would perhaps see an individual who could become an exemplary citizen or a role model in the future. However, Perez is actually a classic example of how broken the American immigration system is. How
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