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The US District Court for the District of California dismissed all claims in the controversial case that major logging company, Resolute Forest Products filed against Greenpeace Inc., Greenpeace Fund, & Greenpeace International. http://snip.ly/93rhb

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The Supreme Court of Georgia has recently ruled a person’s refusal to take a breathalyzer test can longer be used as evidence against that person in criminal court cases. Learn more: http://snip.ly/1rsc0

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Qualcomm Inc, will soon face Apple in Chinese court in hopes of prevailing in a dispute that could affect a million workers, which falls to a relatively new arm of the country’s judiciary system. http://snip.ly/wdcdn

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A Missouri appeals court ruling that vacated a $72 million award in an Alabama's woman's lawsuit that claimed the talcum powder and other Johnson & Johnson products contributed to her cancer. Learn more: http://snip.ly/cp5d2

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Opponents of Arizona's new universal private school voucher program succeeded in blocking the law in September until voters can weigh in next year, barring a successful court challenge or an outright repeal of the new law by the Legislature. http://snip.ly/kaa3i

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Ken Januszewski, Construction-related and General Liability litigation attorney, recently volunteered to help make it possible for nearly 240 students participate in the thirteenth annual Kids to Court - Court Works program. This program is a mock trial experience for middle school kids, many who are disadvantaged, where they experience the role of a judge, prosecutor, defense counsel, or jury member. Ken helped the defense counsel from opening statement to verdict - not guilty. Way to go team! To learn more about Ken's practice click here: http://www.bcattorneys.com/professionals/detail/kenneth-januszewski
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Goldman Sachs may soon find out whether investors can press ahead with class-action claims that the bank misled them about its role in several deals that plaintiffs say led to about $13 billion in losses. http://snip.ly/nnuj9

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Apple lost a retrial a year ago in an ongoing patent dispute with VirnetX over secure communications protocols in FaceTime and other applications, and in October the latter company announced the amount Apple finally will be required to pay up, after the court that heard the case — US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas — denied all of Apple’s motions filed in the wake of that decision, and affirmed VirnetX’s motions. http://snip.ly/nazka

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The Supreme Court is hearing an unusual number of high-profile, hot-button cases this term, and the outcomes will impact the future of anti-discrimination laws, worker rights, digital privacy and more. Here are some the most important cases the Supreme Court will hear in 2017. http://snip.ly/8n1me

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The Supreme Court in October accepted a second important case on digital privacy, agreeing to hear a dispute between the federal government and Microsoft about emails stored overseas. http://snip.ly/lk35i
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