Updated Dec 28, 2017 – Legal.com Enacted in 1998, Title II of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act limits the liability of certain Internet service providers, for storing works at the direction of a user, that are protected by copyright. (1) In general.—A service provider shall not be liable for monetary relief, or, except as provided …
May 2, 2011 Legal.com, by Dave Alden, Updated June 4, 2011
The French Bureau of Investigations and Analysis (BEA) announced the recovery of the flight data recorder (FDR) and data/memory component from Air France flight 447, lost with all aboard on June 1, 2009 over the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 600 miles northeast of Brazil.
Legal.com – April 18, 2011, by Dave Alden
1st Quarter 2011 brought the announcement that AT&T beat out Sprint in the competition for T-Mobile, the first big cellular merger since Sprint acquired Nextel. When your cell company is acquired by another carrier, accounting errors can happen. When they do, you may pay too much or suffer a hit to your credit rating, hence this consumer alert.
Legal.com – Dave Alden – April 3, 2011. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a rupture of the aircraft skin at the top of the cabin of this Boeing 737 being operated on April 1, 2011 as Southwest Airlines flight 812, during a scheduled flight from Phoenix, AZ (PHX) to Sacramento, CA (SMF). The pilots declared an emergency, diverted and landed safely in Yuma, AZ.
First my bias: I am president of our Moot Court Honors Board.
Q: With all this talk about employment, I thought I'd ask a question about the value of being on a moot court team. Does anyone have any info they could share about how membership on a moot court team is valued in a job application?
This is only anecdotal but in the Fall, before moot court, I sent out about 30 letters looking for a summer clerkship.
"Hornbook" originally referred to a sort of instructional aid for children to learn how to read; "A child's primer consisting of a sheet of parchment or paper protected by a sheet of transparent horn," as defined in Webster's Dictionary. History: Hornbooks differed widely but typically consisted of a sheet of paper, with text that progressed in the following manner: