9/6/2011   Just when it appears that the legal battle between the city of San Francisco and the CTIA is over, it seems that the fight may continue. A spokesman for the trade group of the wireless industry in an… Read more...
9/6/2011   A lot of time and effort has been spent by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in trying to apprehend file sharers in an effort to discourage piracy and put more revenues back into their pockets. The… Read more...
9/5/2011   Lawyers for the US government defended the finding of federal regulators that greenhouse gas emissions imperil the health of the public, referring to the scientific and legal support for the decision as overwhelming. They are also asking a… Read more...
9/5/2011   A proposed ballot measure in Missouri that attempts to limit costs for borrowers using payday loans, as well as other small loans, are being legally challenged by critics. The measure’s opponents filed a lawsuit against the proposal in… Read more...
9/4/2011   After more than a decade of bickering, the City of Cambridge yesterday has announced that it would end its legal appeals in a case about race discrimination involving former city worker Malvina Monteiro. Robert Healy, the City Manager… Read more...
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