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The morning read for Thursday, December 7

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Thursday morning read: Supreme Court appears likely to ease process for workplace discrimination claims (Ann E. Marimow,

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Advocates in Conversation: The opioid crisis and bankruptcy law with Carl Cecere

In this installment of our new video series on advocates in merits cases at the court, Nate Mowry interviews Carl Cecere, who represents a group of Canadian municipalities and First Nations in the bankruptcy case Harrington v. Purdue Pharma, in which the

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Advocates in Conversation: The limits of Title VII protection with Madeline Meth

In this video, Nate Mowry interviews Madeline Meth of Boston University School of Law, one of the lawyers representing a police sergeant in her employment discrimination case against the city of St. Louis.     The post Advocates in Conversa

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Artificial Intelligence: How It Can Target Your Firm’s Cybersecurity Defenses

A lethal threat looms. The post Artificial Intelligence: How It Can Target Your Firm’s Cybersecurity Defenses appeared first on Above the Law.

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