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JAMS Releases New Rules for AI Disputes

JAMS Releases New Rules for AI Disputes

The rules cover a range of issues including the protection of proprietary training data and AI models, as well as the knowledge needed to arbitrate disputes concerning AI software.       On Tuesday, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) service provider JAMS announced...

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Getting Out Of The Kitchen

Getting Out Of The Kitchen

This will not be the last time an erstwhile trademark enforcer will be bounced out of the kitchen. The post Getting Out Of The Kitchen appeared first on Above the Law.The emotional aspect of IP enforcement can never be overstated, especially among the creative types...

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Get A Whiff Of This — See Also

Get A Whiff Of This — See Also

Is That The Smell Of History Or The Defendant?: Tooting Trump stinks up the court house. Trump's Golden Boy Isn't Having The Best Day In Court: To be expected when you leave a massive firm to represent a losing candidate. Senior Year? Time To Recruit!: Law firm begins...

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Eighth Circuit Affirms Denial of Qualified Immunity to Mayor and Police Chief of Missouri City in First Amendment Retaliation Lawsuit Brought by Former Police Officers

Eighth Circuit Affirms Denial of Qualified Immunity to Mayor and Police Chief of Missouri City in First Amendment Retaliation Lawsuit Brought by Former Police Officers

The Eighth Circuit recently affirmed the Western District of Missouri's denial of summary judgment based on qualified immunity to two individual defendants who had been sued for First Amendment retaliation under Section 1983.       Hi there.The email you just opened,...

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Happy Earth Day

Happy Earth Day

Notes to my (legal) self. The post Happy Earth Day appeared first on Above the Law.Olga V. Mack is a Fellow at CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, and a Generative AI Editor at law.MIT. Olga embraces legal innovation and had dedicated her career to...

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What’s Your Law Practice’s Value Proposition?

Sally Schmidt | The next time someone asks you what you do, think about the answer from their perspective. The post What’s Your Law Practice’s Value Proposition? appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.When someone asks you what you do,...

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Morning Docket: 04.19.24

Morning Docket: 04.19.24

* The Trump jury is picked. The search for more alternates continues today. No rest for the very, very sleepy! [Washington Post] * This story about the Dominion case and Clare Locke losing a lot of its talent to MWPP is... wild. [NY Times] * Advice for Biglaw firms:...

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How Appealing Weekly Roundup

How Appealing Weekly Roundup

The week in appellate news. The post How Appealing Weekly Roundup appeared first on Above the Law.(Image via Getty)Ed. Note: A weekly roundup of just a few items from Howard Bashman’s How Appealing blog, the Web’s first blog devoted to appellate litigation. Check out...

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No for Now: 5 Smart Steps for Pressing Pause

Julie Bee | Five steps you can take to slow down, recenter — and get back to focusing on what you and your firm do best. Bonus: 26 ways to say no in almost any situation. The post No for Now: 5 Smart Steps for Pressing Pause appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech...

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