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overlawyered 8h
Baltimore tries to grab the Preakness
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Viral near-kidnapping tales
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Walter Olson 22h
Now unpaywalled at : my WSJ opinion piece on the city of Baltimore's outrageous move to use powers of eminent domain to seize the venerable Preakness thoroughbred horse race as well as its associated Pimlico racetrack.
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overlawyered Apr 22
Sixth Circuit Court Dumps Lawsuit Seeking To Hold Twitter Responsible For The Pulse Nightclub Shooting
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overlawyered Apr 22
Discrimination law roundup
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overlawyered Apr 22
Council in Georgia community considers proposal to pay legal bills of city workers and officials who sue critics for defamation
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overlawyered Apr 21
Maryland toughens “cyber-bullying” law yet further
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Pancier Law Mar 27
While fighting for a $15 minimum wage in Florida, John Morgan’s law firm still relies on cheap labor
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New York Daily News Apr 19
Oregon county to pay black worker who complained about ‘Blue Lives Matter’ flag $100K settlement The lawsuit claims that the Blue Lives Matter flag “demeans” the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Walter Olson Apr 20
“We’re not interested in charging children or putting them in jail or fining them,” says campaigner for new Maryland "cyber-bullying" law drafted to do exactly those things [ ]
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overlawyered Apr 20
In Montgomery April 25
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overlawyered Apr 20
A case of mortgage discrimination? Look more closely
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Walter Olson Apr 19
NBC picked up and ran with a study it said showed gay couples face mortgage discrimination -- except that the study showed no such thing. My new
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overlawyered Apr 19
Liability roundup
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Mike Masnick Apr 18
"But the GDPR will never be used for news censorship" they told me...
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Cato Institute Apr 18
History shows that competition in tech is especially difficult to predict, and, far from being immutable monopolies, today's tech giants aren't likely to stay relevant for too long...
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Lawsuit Reform Alliance of New York Apr 17
Art galleries were just the latest business sector to be targeted with a wave of similar disability lawsuits.
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overlawyered Apr 18
How Hudson Yards connects to Harlem
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overlawyered Apr 17
King of the Hill (tech antitrust division)
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Walter Olson Apr 17
Instagram would have to hire 30,000 reviewers at one review per second if it were responsible for user content, says David Post. No , no modern Internet
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