Allen v. Cooper (18-877)

Allen v. Cooper (18-877)

Congress lacked authority to abrogate the States’ sovereign immunity from copyright infringement suits in the Copyright Remedy Clarification Act of 1990.
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Trump signs laws to boost 5G security, broadband availability

The law requires the FCC to deliver new rules for data collection and “establish a process to verify the accuracy of such data, and more.” The agency has …
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2 NY Law Firms Cut Staff, Salaries Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Goldberg Segalla, an Am Law 200 firm that has more than 400 lawyers and is known for its insurance defense work, and Belkin Burden Goldman, a firm …
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Free COVID-19 legal services for low-income Nevadans

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, March 23, 2020 — Nevada Legal Services (NLS) remains open with staff working remotely to assist with legal issues related to …
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Big Four Legal Head Says Coronavirus Will Change the Way Law Is Practiced

Stuart Fuller, the global head of the legal services arm of Big Four accounting firm KPMG, expects the COVID-19 crisis to ultimately change the way …
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