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Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Machines are skilled at persuading each other, so if machines replaced human judges, engineers could understand the judge-machine's decision-making process and program lawyer-machines to come to the "right" decision.

Monday, August 28, 2023

District Court holds that copyright law is designed to adapt to the times but can't be stretched to works generated with no human involvement.
While traditional mock trials let law school students simulate courtroom proceedings in a controlled environment, Flash Trials accelerate this process. This high-paced competition offers a condensed trial experience: 45 to 60 minutes to prepare a case for trial in front of a three-jury panel.
The NCAA's interim policies on name, image and likeness rights have created a Gordian Knot for athletes and teams, which college sports leaders are calling on Congress to untie. Federal legislators are introducing bills to kick off the new era of NIL in college athletics, with an eye on collectives and their off-the-field impact.
Welcome to the premiere of 'The Source,' your monthly column to the dynamic realm of attorney business development. Whether you're a budding lawyer or a seasoned practitioner, join us as we unearth strategies to bolster your legal brand, foster meaningful client relationships, and ascend as a beacon in your domain.

Friday, August 25, 2023

With rideshares, the safety ratings should set most riders' minds at ease. However, that does not mean that one should not be prepared if an accident should occur.

Thursday, August 24, 2023

In re Kirkland: the location of the proceeding – not the person – still matters for Rule 45 compliance in our post-pandemic world.
While the headlines are understandably focusing on Trump himself, the legal community should be looking to its own. We sit in the aftermath of a series of abuses by our so-called colleagues that make the charges against Nixon's legal advisors look like loitering.
Proposed rules pending consideration by the California Supreme Court are premised on the concept that advocacy for a client does not require incivility and that the First Amendment allows for regulation of civility.
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