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‘Disappointment Is Not a Big Enough Word’

Margaret Weitzman, the widow of Los Angeles power lawyer Howard Weitzman, expressed frustration and disappointment about the removal of Weitzman’s name from the law firm he helped build, which now goes by Kinsella Holley Iser Kump and Steinsapir.

“Disappointment is

Call for Papers: ILPC Annual Conference 2023


ILPC Annual Conference 2023 – Human in the Machine: Digital Rights and AI

We are pleased to announce this call for papers for the Information Law and Policy Centre’s 8th Annual Conference on 23-24 November 2023

Minnesota’s right-to-repair law adds to hodgepodge

Do-it-yourselfers and repair shops last month were celebrating Minnesota’s enactment of a broad “right to repair law“ that requires many manufacturers to share parts and information on their products.

The Minnesota law, which was signed by Democratic Gov. Tim Walz

CBP Targets Battery Tech for UFLPA Enforcement

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently indicated potential increased scrutiny of battery technology under the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (“UFLPA,” or the “Act”). Although the Act covers essentially all trade touching China’s Xinjiang region, it specifically lists cotton, polysilicon,

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