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Updated: North Carolina Sues Federal Government Over Bathroom Gender Law http://ow.ly/5wyD3003po7
By Margaret Newkirk, Bloomberg News North Carolina sued the federal government to protect the state’s new law aimed at regulating the bathroom habits of transgender people, a response to a U.S. Justice Department letter that said the measure violates the Civil Rights Act. Hours later, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she would announce a “law...
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McGuireWoods Adds Four More From Reed Smith http://ow.ly/10gCUS by Blake Edwards
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Paul Weiss Hires Top M&A Partner From Cravath http://ow.ly/10eDii
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Here's What Happened When a Law School Dean Challenged a U.S. News Ranker http://ow.ly/WUWvR @UNLCollegeofLaw
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Are the Dewey Defendants Guilty? Who Cares? https://bol.bna.com/are-the-dewey-defendants-guilty-who-cares/ Opinion column by @Casey_BigLaw
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The lengths that TV show producers will go to in order to protect the secrecy of final episodes are legendary. Take “+Breaking Bad,” halfway through this final season, the actors started receiving redacted scripts; key scenes were blacked out. With "Lost,” most of the actors were only told how the show would end when they gathered to film the final scene. And the script the “Sopranos” crew was given was missing the final scene altogether – some believed the series would end with Tony raking leaves.

So what if the script for the #BreakingBad finale had been leaked? Could it have been legally protected as a trade secret?

+New York University  School of Law Professor Christopher Sprigman explains: “Trade secret lawsuits are fairly common and the law is pretty simple. The key really, in a lot of these cases, is showing that the information is economically valuable because of the secrecy and that secrecy measures have been taken that are normally adequate to retain the secrecy. I think in both of these instances, the Breaking Bad plaintiffs, if it comes to a case, would have a pretty good shot.” http://bit.ly/18a6ikd   #TrendingInLaw  
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Majority of Corporations Use Outside Counsel for Privacy Issues, Survey Finds http://ow.ly/10mOPy by Don Aplin
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Prominent Partner Exits Munger Tolles — The Wachtell of the West? http://ow.ly/10mKza
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Perspective: Millenials in Big Law — Let's Go to Work http://ow.ly/10gz3J by Associates' Cmte Katie Larkin-Wong
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.@StanfordLaw Launches Design Lab to Make Law More Accessible http://ow.ly/Y8z9K
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Are the Dewey Defendants Guilty? Who Cares? https://bol.bna.com/are-the-dewey-defendants-guilty-who-cares/ Opinion column by @Casey_BigLaw
It isn’t surprising that a jury in Manhattan court is having trouble pulling the trigger on sealing the fate of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives after 15 days of deliberation: to the general public, it’s difficult to see what was so terrible about any of their alleged actions. Even lawyers at the top of...
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Join Bloomberg Law for breakfast tomorrow as we take a close look at critical labor and employment issues on the Supreme Court docket and benefit from an in-depth review of last term's highlights.

To register for this event, please visit: http://ow.ly/pzc6i
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All of the US Government has committed treason and has ceased to uphold the American Constitution. I made sure the picture is a waste! I have seen the best one from WW2. don't need a second!  Cancelled flights from Australia, Possible France and UK. Also Vegas too!
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