Welcome to the FORWARD GC, a digestible newsletter with fresh takes on the legal news you need to start your day. Curated by friends at Lawtrades—the h…
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Add California to the list of states considering their own tech-related laws. And, where other places want to charge taxes to tech companies, the Golde…
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Federal judges have always been appointed by ruling political parties. But for decades it seemed they largely stayed above the partisan fray. That has …
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The feeling that the internet is due for major change is hanging in the air thicker than ever. Section 230, the late 90s law that protects companies fr…
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Welcome to the FORWARD GC, a digestible newsletter with fresh takes on the legal news you need to start your day. Curated by friends at Lawtrades—a mar…
Mark Dent
Remember Merrick Garland? The judge denied even a hearing after his nomination for the Supreme Court by Barack Obama. After gaining bipartisan support,…
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Uber can’t win everywhere. After getting friendly treatment from California, the ridesharing giant will have a tougher road to navigate in England. The…
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Peloton can use a lot of words to describe the exercises people do on its core product: biking, cycling, pedaling, etc. But there’s a word it must avoi…
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Welcome to the FORWARD GC, a digestible newsletter with fresh takes on the legal news you need to start your day. Curated by friends at Lawtrades—a new…
Mark Dent
Whenever you’re having trouble writing about a legal situation to colleagues or clients, ABA Journal has a good tip: Pretend you’re giving directions. …
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Microsoft knows about antitrust issues. Long before Facebook existed, it was running afoul of the DOJ. And, as Big Tech companies face increased govern…
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You may remember that several companies have gone after Apple over its App Store fees. Epic, maker of Fortnite, has even sued the company. Well, North …
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