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President Trump sued for blocking 7 Twitter users

By: Stephanie Duran

On July 11, seven individual Twitter users and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, a free-speech group, sued Donald Trump for blocking Twitter users from his @realDonaldTrump account. The lawsuit claims that Trump blocked several accounts whose owners …

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Shkreli “Pharma Bro” Trial Defense: Can Enrichment of “victims” be Fraud?

By: Stephanie Duran

Martin Shkreli, the hedge-fund investor and co-founder of the biotechnology firm Retrophin, known affectionately as “Pharma Bro,” first caught the public’s attention by increasing the price of a vital drug used by AIDS patients by 5,000 percent. Shkreli now faces …

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Worth the Risk? The Cost of Doing Business without Legal Counsel

By: Jonathan Simms

The costs of hiring an attorney are typically counted in dollars and cents, the costs of not hiring an attorney can often be difficult to quantify and can be much larger than the legal costs may have been. People considering …

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Michelle Carter’s text messages – manslaughter or protected?

By: Jonathan Simms

On June 16, 2017, Michelle Carter was found guilty of manslaughter in Massachusetts. While I cannot comment on the laws of Massachusetts, the concept of manslaughter being stretched to encompass a verdict of guilty in this case has troubling implications. …

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