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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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January 27, 2009
Stuart J. Johnston
One Last Hearing Before 'Vista Capable' Trial Microsoft tries one last time to get its Vista Capable suit thrown out with billions of dollars at stake. mark for My Articles 390 similar articles
Bank Director
1st Quarter 2009
Burnett & Gomperz
The New and Emerging Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors Today, the public is outraged at Wall Street excesses and angered by revelations of executives who received hefty salaries and severance payments even as their companies dissolved. mark for My Articles 245 similar articles
Food Processing
December 2008
How SPAM became spam The linguistic and legal intersection of a product named SPAM and the emails we love to hate. mark for My Articles 360 similar articles
January 16, 2009
Stuart J. Johnston
EU: Microsoft Illegally Tied IE to Windows The EC has sent Microsoft a so-called "Statement of Objections," indicating that it believes the company has illegally tied its Internet Explorer browser to its Windows operating system since 1996. mark for My Articles 414 similar articles
January 15, 2009
Michael Orey
When Big Law Firms Crumble Wall Street lawyers whose businesses falter find their bankers promptly at the door asking for repayment of loans. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
January 15, 2009
Kenneth Corbin
New Clashes Await Over Digital Copyright Does government need to do more to curtail piracy, or are media industries threatening the freedom of the Internet? mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
January 15, 2009
Erin Joyce
Experts Think Apple Lawsuits Could Stick Did Apple dupe investors over the health of its CEO? Or does the stock price already account for concerns about Steve Jobs' condition? mark for My Articles 740 similar articles
January 14, 2009
Richard Adhikari
Rogue SF Sysadmin Contests Charges The rogue system administrator for San Francisco who gained notoriety after locking officials out of the city's fiber-optic wide area network last year, has been postponed while lawyers work out what he's actually charged with. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
January 14, 2009
Judy Mottl
Bush White House Ordered to Preserve E-mails The rush is on to scour systems for missing e-mails before Obama takes office. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
January 2009
David Weigel
Kentucky Reign In 2007 Democrat Steve Beshear was elected governor of Kentucky after pledging to expand state-run gambling. Once in office, Beshear found that competition from online gambling was a huge obstacle. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
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