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Christopher Hopkins
West Palm Beach, Florida lawyer, advocate
West Palm Beach, Florida lawyer, advocate
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U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of nursing home arbitration this morning. A quick overview and link to the opinion below.

www.hopkins.law
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53rd anniversary of JFK assassination -- lawsuit over Nix film languishes while all eyes are on October 26, 2017 (anticipated) release of all government JFK records. See discussion here: http://hopkins.law/
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Read my article, "ISIS in Florida," published in the June 2016 Palm Beach Bar Bulletin. Surprising info about terrorism, social media, and its impact in Florida.
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A Mildly Serious Analysis of Ted Cruz and the "Dildo Case" (w the Fifth Circuit opinion)
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Judge rules that recording police alone is not protected First Amendment activity. Washington Post calls this "bizarre." Read the order and get some context here: http://hopkins.law/
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"Ten Steps to Facebook Discovery in Florida" -- Spring 2015 Trial Advocate Quarterly article explaining all Florida precedent on social media discovery and the most current steps to obtain Facebook content in civil litigation
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Like the Serial podcast? Real-life Maryland appellate court issued an order yesterday bringing Adnan Syed one step closer to a re-trial. 
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The National Archives recently explained the procedure for the (expected) October 26, 2017 release of the rest of the JFK Assassination documents

http://www.internetlawcommentary.com/
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Are Facebook-friend requests and posts on Shes A Homewrecker .com equal to cyberstalking in Florida?  Second DCA court rules...
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A short primer on the dispute involving the .SUCKS internet domains.  Get one for only $250... or $2500.

http://www.internetlawcommentary.com/
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