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Calhoun said this week he was motivated by a belief that the election had been “stolen,” despite dozens of courts, election officials and even Trump’s attorney general, Bill Barr, rejecting these theories. Click Here To Read The Full Article
A Different Kind of Cost Shifting in Google v. Oracle + Sizing Up the CASE Act + Nothing Runs (the Table) Like a Deere
We’re coming up on two years that Google v. Oracle. has been pending before the Supreme Court. The clash over copyrightability, fair use and Java application programming interfaces arrived at the high court (for the second time) with Google’s cert petition on January 24, 2019. Click Here To Read The Full Article
The upheaval, the pain, the riots, the chaos we’ve seen in our country in recent months all point to the need for radical change when it comes to racism and inclusion. We must speak out. We need brutal honesty about race and the law, and then a meeting of the minds to find solutions. […]
Latham & Watkins litigation chair Michele Johnson shares her predictions for 2021 and discusses what courtroom technology changes may stick around beyond the pandemic. Click Here To Read The Full Article